Wooden Utensil Individual Pack
BuyGreen Price: Starting at $0.40
Assembly is required
Perfect for a picnic or a party. Eight Forks, Knives and Spoons perfect
for any meal! Each one is made from sustainable and certified Birch
- Forks are 6.5 inches long, 1
inch wide at the widest and 5/8 and the narrowest - each is 1/16 inches
thick - the eating portion is slightly cupped
- Knives are 6.5 inches long, 7/8
inch wide at the widest and the handle is 5/8 - each is 1/16 inches
thick - cutting portion is serrated
- Spoons are 6.5 inches long, 1 1/4
inch wide at the widest and 1/2 handle - each is 1/16 inches
thick - the eating portion is cupped
- each pack has three (3) utensils and one (1) of each utensils
- Individually -one pack
- 50 Pack
- 100 Pack
- 1000 Case
Offer an eye catching, economical alternative to traditional disposable cutlery at your take out restaurant, hotel, cafe, coffee shop, winery, office break room, or catered events with this environmentally friendly, renewable wooden spoon!
Why disposable cutlery out of wood ?
Basically speaking, the oil used to make most plastic cutlery is a
non-renewable resource that takes thousands of years to decompose.
Plastic waste often ends up in landfills, polluting our oceans, and
sometimes even ends up killing animals that mistake it for food. Wood is
a much better alternative since it is a renewable resource. It is
natural and it is biodegradable. And it works.
What kind of wood is the cutlery made out of ?
It's made from birch. Birch is a hardwood that is attractive and doesn't split or splinter very easily.
Are there any coatings or chemicals on the cutlery ?
No. Just birch wood. Nothing else. We do not want to slow down the
decomposing process by adding a coating, nor do we want to introduce
foreign chemicals to the soil, oceans, lakes, streams, etc.
Can I use the cutlery more than once ?
Well, maybe. You may in some cases find opportunities to use the
cutlery more than once, but our cutlery is intended to be used only
Don't you have to cut down trees to make the cutlery ?
Yes, but the wood is only taken from plantation forests that are
harvested sustainably. The birch trees taken from these forests were
planted for the purpose of harvesting and are being harvested for at
least a second time. This means that only as much wood is allowed to be
taken from the area as can grow back in the same time. The trees are
re-planted immediately with the purpose of harvesting them again.
Can I put the cutlery in my compost ?
Absolutely. In fact, we encourage it. But keep in mind that adding
hundreds of pieces to small composts will greatly slow down the time it
will take to decompose. We recommend using larger composts along with
your regular compost material for better results.