Family

Wildwax stands for wild naturalness. We live and work originally, in harmony with nature and people. Following this idea, we created our sustainable beeswax wraps in the summer of 2017. Beeswax is a natural preservative and the method of waxing cotton to keep food fresh has a long tradition, which Sabrina took up from her grandmother. Our product brings us back simplicity in the midst of a progressive, globalized society. We choose to make the world a place in which we respect each other and create an alternative to the exploitation of nature and man. A plastic-free life for our oceans and our children is the cornerstone of our company. We go about this in a way that is both natural and humane – from the selection of our raw materials, the manufacturing of our product, to our working conditions. Wildwax is fair at all levels. Healthy soil is fruitful and so we are happy that we have now grown into a ten-member team. The roots of our idea are genuine and honest, and it makes us happy that it grows with each beeswax wrap that spreads it across the planet. PLASTIC IS OVER – join us!

Sabrina is 39 and a trained beekeeper and seamstress. She tests our raw materials, cotton and beeswax for their natural and sustainable origin. Through our social media channels, she connects with bee enthusiasts around the world and interacts with other like-minded people.

Omar is 38 and a printing and media technician. He manages the production and ensures a smooth work process. Above all, he also ensures that everyone feels comfortable working with us. With his diverse life and work experience, he has an open ear for every problem whose solution he (almost) always finds.

Lotte is 34 and a graduate biologist. With her broad knowledge, she strengthens our expertise and identifies every non-plastic ingredient within seconds. In the office she keeps an overview of orders, mails, fair planning and the coordination of our dear employees.

Family

Wildwax stands for wild naturalness. We live and work originally, in harmony with nature and people. Following this idea, we created our sustainable beeswax wraps in the summer of 2017. Beeswax is a natural preservative and the method of waxing cotton to keep food fresh has a long tradition, which Sabrina took up from her grandmother. Our product brings us back simplicity in the midst of a progressive, globalized society. We choose to make the world a place in which we respect each other and create an alternative to the exploitation of nature and man. A plastic-free life for our oceans and our children is the cornerstone of our company. We go about this in a way that is both natural and humane – from the selection of our raw materials, the manufacturing of our product, to our working conditions. Wildwax is fair at all levels. Healthy soil is fruitful and so we are happy that we have now grown into a ten-member team. The roots of our idea are genuine and honest, and it makes us happy that it grows with each beeswax wrap that spreads it across the planet. PLASTIC IS OVER – join us!

Sabrina is 39 and a trained beekeeper and seamstress. She tests our raw materials, cotton and beeswax for their natural and sustainable origin. Through our social media channels, she connects with bee enthusiasts around the world and interacts with other like-minded people.

Omar is 38 and a printing and media technician. He manages the production and ensures a smooth work process. Above all, he also ensures that everyone feels comfortable working with us. With his diverse life and work experience, he has an open ear for every problem whose solution he (almost) always finds.

Lotte is 34 and a graduate biologist. With her broad knowledge, she strengthens our expertise and identifies every non-plastic ingredient within seconds. In the office she keeps an overview of orders, mails, fair planning and the coordination of our dear employees.