BeeBee Wraps is featured in the article looking on efforts to end our dependence on plastic. The venture, supported by Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation, produces eco-friendly washable biodegradable food wraps that can last up to 12 months. “We’re unearthing another method of food preservation. When plastic came along, it was cheap and plentiful and it seemed like a great idea. But actually it doesn’t preserve food as well [as beeswax wraps],” says CEO and founder Kath Austin.
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