Reusable Bamboo Utensils
Reusable Utensils Made of Sturdy Bamboo in an Organic Cotton Container!
Why throw away your disposable utensils over and over again? These reusable bamboo utensils are an adorable alternative to those plastic versions that you can use over and over! Keep them in the reusable container which is made of recycled plastic bottles (durable and cool!) and throw them in your purse or tote and you're ready to go. These are a great way to cut down on plastic use, and be prepared for any meal that you might eat at work, school, or traveling. Scroll down to read more about these eco friendly utensils!
You'll be saving enormous amounts of plastic by using a reusable utensil instead of disposable plastic. Plus, isn't a meal more enjoyable when you're eating with some more durable and sturdy?
Use, Wash, Repeat!
Want a "take-everywhere" set of utensils for salads, fruits, lunches, and anything else you eat on the go? This is the perfect set to take with you.
Throw it in your bag and go! This rolls up for convenient travel.
Know someone that brings their lunch to work everyday?
These would make a great eco friendly gift for that person!
Reasons why you should buy bamboo...
1. It's sustainable and renewable. You can regrow bamboo much quicker than traditional woods.
2. Bamboo is a hard wood, harder and more sturdy than maple.
3. Bamboo holds up over time.
4. You're sparing other trees from being cut down. Bamboo grows easily and quickly, unlike many other hardwoods.
5. As opposed to metal, this will break down over time once you're done with it (once it's endured a very long and useful life!)
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