Beeswax is the original food storage system, storing honey for bees. Did you know to produce a pound of wax they need to ingest 6-8 pounds of honey. The British Bee Keepers Association estimate that bees need to visit an incredible 30 million flowers to produce a pound of beeswax. Read on to find out more about how they do it.
A chat with Kiko Matthews fastest woman to row the Atlantic unaided (or poo stories from the Atlantic!)
Imagine being out at sea on a small boat, closer to astronauts than to any person on land. Surely, most of us would be a little freaked out....not Kiko.
Kiko Matthews rowed 3000 nautical miles across the Atlantic, alone and unaided, setting a new world record. I got the chance to chat to Kiko about her amazing adventure, poo stories and all!
Here at BeeBee Wraps we are totally committed to working ethically and sustainably throughout our business. We strive for this in every area and have even locked our social mission into our company articles of association. You can read them at Companies House.
Using GOTS certified organic cotton is one of the non-negotiable ways we implement our mission to be ethical and sustainable. We thought we’d let you know the top 5 reasons why we choose organic cotton so you can choose us with confidence.
So we had a party. It was a thank you party as much as a birthday party. So many people helped to get BeeBee Wraps launched. We just wanted to show how grateful we are!
A year ago we sold our first BeeBee Wrap. Back then it was just me and I didn't have any expectations. There were people out there searching for an alternative to clingfilm and we found them. The story started...
All the proof you need to have bread with everything - an interview with Helen from The White Cottage Bakery
BeeBee Wraps welcomed The White Cottage Bakery as a stockist this year and a few weeks ago headed to Helen's microbakery to learn more about sourdough and her passion for artisanal food
Happy Easter everyone!
Here's a quick recipe blog for your Easter weekend, Bean and Avocado Salad to perfectly compliment your Easter eating, and a new way to use your BeeBee Wraps to keep salad fresh. Beeswax triumphs again!