Good for your food. Good for the earth.
lasts 1 year · keeps food fresher · compostable
The average person uses over 2000 sq. ft. of plastic wrap every year. Join the more than 50,000 people who have made the switch from plastic to Goldilocks Wraps.
Beeswax food wraps are an all natural, reusable & eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap in the kitchen and beyond. Wash in cool, soapy water. Do not heat.
We've collaborated with Piña, a print shop founded in Ucluelet, B.C., to make this rad West Coast set. The large and medium wraps feature animals distinctive to Vancouver Island. From humpback whales, to cougars, to starfish and hummingbirds, this print includes the whole dang family.
As if this print wasn't amazing enough on its own, proceeds from this design will help two girls attend Seasmart's Marine Biologist in Training camp for free!!!
30 day returns
If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you may return or exchange the item(s) within 30 days of receiving the order. Please note that monogrammed, personalized, special-order items, and items damaged through normal wear and tear are not eligible for return or exchange.
Founder Amy Hall is an art historian and ocean lover who was able to combine both her passions in Goldilocks Wraps. After volunteering with a shark conservation program in the South Pacific she was devastated by the ocean plastics problem globally. This compelled Amy to start her journey towards zero waste which, in turn, inspired her to start her ever growing business.
Each reusable beeswax wrap is made individually by hand in small batches. From the washing and cutting of the cotton, to waxing piece by piece, to folding and packaging, we do it all ourselves. Each wrap is held to the highest of quality standards and infused with an extra dose of love.
The average person uses over 2000 square feet of plastic every year, and while our main goal is to help reduce this to zero, one of the added bonuses of our wraps is that they will actually keep your food fresh for longer! (Yes, you heard that right!). They’re better for the environment, and better for your wallet by saving food: It’s a win-win.