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    CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET

    TO-GO WARE CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET

    C$15.00

    • CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET
      • CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET
      • CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET
      • CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET
      • CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET

      TO-GO WARE

      CHILDREN'S UTENSIL SET

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      C$15.00 Excl. tax

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      Perfect on-the-go, zero waste option for the littles:)

      Product Description

      This cutlery set includes a bamboo fork, knife, and spoon. The bamboo is heat and stain resistant that won't absorb flavors. The set is neatly packed inside a carrying case that is made from recycled plastic bottles.

      • Replaces 1300 Single-Use Utensils Throughout Its Life
      • Available in 4 colors
      • Set includes Fork, Knife, Spoon
      • Utensil Case Made From 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Plastic Bottles
      • Carabiner on Back Clips Anywhere
      • Heat and Stain Resistant
      • Hand-Finished With A Food-Safe Coating
      • BPA and Phthalate Free
      • Dishwasher Safe

      MATERIAL: Made of natural, responsibly sourced bamboo. Package made from recycled PET.

      Dimensions: Package - 7"H x 2.4"W x 1.3" D
      Utensil length: 5.75"h

      USE: Hand wash preferred with soap and water, will sustain the dishwasher.

      END OF LIFE: Bamboo utensils are biodegradable + compostable.

      Ethically made products.

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