Hunny Bee Beeswax Wrap Review


Hunny Bee by Trifecta offer beeswax wraps as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap for food storage. Beeswax wraps offer positives such as it being more malleable and also making better seals better than plastic wrap. Hunny Bee offers 3 different prints on their wraps and their most popular product offers 7 wraps, 2 small (7 x 8 in.), 3 medium (10 x 11 in.), 2 large (13 x 14in.). These wraps are made out of cotton, beeswax, and jojoba oil. They also offer a package of 3 wraps one of each size for a slightly lower price.


When comparing Hunny Bee to its main competitors (Bee’s Wrap, Bee Carefree, and Akeeko), several standout features differentiate them.

Let’s start with Bee’s Wrap, the leading seller of beeswax wraps. With a decade of experience in providing eco-friendly alternatives to plastic wrap, Bee’s Wrap offers a set that includes one wrap of each size, with the same dimensions as before. Despite this they are priced similarly to the other brands that provide 7 or 9 wraps.

Moving on to Bee Carefree, they offer a set of four wraps, consisting of two medium and two large wraps. What sets them apart is their solution to the common issue of beeswax wraps losing their effectiveness over time. Bee Carefree includes two beeswax bars, allowing you to reapply the wax when the wraps inevitably lose their shape and stickiness. This feature significantly extends the lifespan of the wraps, making it a valuable long-term investment. Additionally, Bee Carefree also includes a produce bag as an extra bonus. However, it’s important to note that their price point is slightly higher compared to the competition.

Finally, Akeeko is a major competitor to Hunny Bee. Both brands offer a lot for their price points. While Bee’s Wrap, Akeeko, and Hunny Bee are priced similarly, Akeeko and Hunny Bee provide more wraps. Akeeko offers a set of nine wraps: five small, three medium, and one large. Hunny Bee, on the other hand, offers a set of seven wraps: two small, three medium, and two large. Although Akeeko offers more wraps overall, the actual amount of product you receive is about the same as Hunny Bee since most of Akeeko’s wraps are smaller. In terms of quality, both brands offer similar-quality wraps, and it is difficult to determine a clear superior.

In conclusion, if you prioritize getting the most product for your money, I would recommend considering Hunny Bee or Akeeko. However, since they are quite similar, your choice may come down to the preferred distribution of wrap sizes or even the design or pattern that appeals to you the most.

How does this help theĀ environment?

Beeswax wraps are better for the environment than plastic wrap in several ways. First, they are made from natural and renewable materials like organic cotton fabric coated with beeswax, jojoba oil, and tree resin. This means they are more sustainable than plastic wrap, which is made from fossil fuels. Second, beeswax wraps are biodegradable and can be composted, while plastic wrap takes hundreds of years to break down and contributes to plastic pollution. Third, beeswax wraps are reusable, lasting up to a year or more, which reduces the amount of single-use plastic waste. Additionally, beeswax wraps are free from harmful chemicals found in plastic wrap, making them safer for storing food. Finally, by choosing beeswax wraps, you support beekeepers and the vital role of bees in pollination and maintaining ecosystems. Overall, beeswax wraps are a eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap, helping to reduce waste, conserve resources, and protect the environment!

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