Recycled Bamboo Kids Dinnerware Set
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A better kids’ table.
Kids’ dishes need to be durable, which is why so many kids’ dishes are made out of plastic (duh). Kids’ dishes also need to be free of harmful chemicals, which is why plastic isn’t really the ideal option… but biodegradable bamboo fiber is. These colorful kids’ dinnerware sets are all made from bamboo, a highly renewable natural resource, and a 100% food-grade melamine binder; plus, they’re BPA-, PVC-, and phthalates-free, so they’re totally safe for little eaters. Each shatter-proof set comes with a plate, a shallow bowl, a cup, and a small spoon in colors that will brighten up any meal, and are just as good on a dining table as they are on a camping trip, beach picnic, or cookout. They’re so fun, we’re angling for a seat at the kids’ table again.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
FSC-certified bamboo fiber, food-grade melamine binder (BPA-, PVC-, and phthalates-free)
Plate is 7" in diameter x 1" H; Bowl is 6" in diameter x 2" H; Cup is 3.13" in diameter x 3" H; Spoon is 5.25" L x 1.35" W
Care & Notes -
BPA-, PVC-, and phthalates-free. Not microwave-safe. Top rack dishwasher safe.
Recycled bamboo dinnerware is durable but not unbreakable. It will not shatter, but if dropped at a bad angle on a hard surface, it can chip or crack.
Adult supervision required for children under 3.
Meet the Maker
From the kitchen to the bathroom to the living room, Ekobo is using renewable bamboo (and other eco-friendly materials) to create objects for daily living that are as functional as they are green. Inspired by classic minimalist design, their colorful creations are an alternative to plastics and disposables at the forefront of innovation—and our kitchen shelves.View Full Profile
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