Frequently asked questions

Our FAQ about our bee wrap: answers to the questions you ask us most often

Place your Bee Wrap on your bowl/container like your food film so that it can cover it well. Apply slight pressure to the edges of your bee wrap and rub it lightly with your fingers against the sides of the bowl. The heat will help the beeswax wrap to stick better.

If you would rather use it for fruit, vegetable, cheese,… Place the food in the bee wrap, close it again. To make it stick to itself, rub it with your fingers, it will stick more easily.

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The beewrap can be used to package all foods: fruits, vegetables, cheeses, bread, cakes, cookies,…

However, it is not recommended to put it in direct contact with fish or raw meat. A tip is to place your raw meat or fish in a glass bowl or Tupperware and cover it with a beeswax wrap.

Simply with cold water and preferably eco-friendly soap or dishwashing liquid. Run the bee wrap underwater. Rub with your hand or a soft sponge and soap. Wipe it with a cloth and keep it dry.

Avoid using hot water or the scraping side of the sponge to wash them, as well as the dishwasher. You may damage the beeswax on your Bee Wrap.

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Bee Wrap by Anotherway can be used for up to 1 year (about 100 uses) depending on how often you use them and how you care for them. Please follow our recommendations to extend the life of the product.

We advise you to store them in a closed and dry place.

Our Bee Wrap is made of organic cotton (GOTS certified and Oeko Tex 100 certified), beeswax, organic sunflower oil and organic pine resin. The natural anti-bacterial properties of beeswax are perfect for preserving your food. Sunflower oil ensures the suppleness of the bee wrap. All ingredients are 100% French, except the cotton made in Turkey.

The organic bee wrap made with organic beeswax comes from Zambie.

The bee wrap is certified suitable for food contact.

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Our bee wrap made in France in Marseille in an ESAT, employing people with disabilities. We create with this partner between 12 Full-Time Equivalents.

We industrially manufacture our bee wrap. A guarantee of consistency in the quality of our food packaging.

The Bee Wrap by Anotherway is available in :

  • large size: 33 x 35,5 cm – ideal for packing fruit and vegetables, bread balls, pastries, salad bowls, pie dishes, etc
  • medium size: 25 x 28 cm – ideal for packaging fruit and vegetables, bread, cheese, pastries, medium-size bowls, etc
  • small size: 17 x 20 cm – ideal for packaging onion, lemon, biscuit, mug, small bowl, etc

Note that there may be a slight difference of + or – 0.5 cm.

During the first use: unfold the package, crumple it 3 times. The bee wrap will be more sticky and malleable. You can do this again as soon as you find that it is less sticky.

If you are still having problems, here are 2 tips:

Keep your hands warm when pressing with your hands to position the bee wrap.
Some bowls/containers are not suitable for beeswax wrapping, such as plastic. Metal, wood and glass are perfect! However, you can wrap your bowl in the largest BeeWrap and stick it to itself.

You have had your bee wrap for a few months, don’t hesitate to crumple it regularly as you did during the first uses.

At the end of its life, you can also put it in the oven at 60° for 2 minutes. Wait until it cools down and crumple it again. This method will allow the beeswax to spread again on the cotton.

If your problem persists in the use, contact us via the contact form or at hello@another-way.com

It is not possible to use the microwave or oven with the bee wrap. Beeswax may melt, rendering your beewrap unusable.

It is quite possible to put the bee wrap in the fridge or freezer on your bowl or directly on your food.

When you take it out of the freezer, we recommend that you let it thaw in the open air.

We deliver in France, Europe, Switzerland and Luxembourg.

You receive your bee wrap order in France, in letter followed by Laposte within 5 days. Or via the Laposte International Delivengo service within approximately one week.

If you would like to receive your tracking number, do not hesitate to contact us.