Salad Serving Set, Bamboo

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Why You’ll Love It

Serve up a hearty salad with this 2-Piece Salad Serving Set from Natural Home, which contains one shallow spoon and one fork. The utensils are made from Molded Bamboo™, which is a combination of bamboo sawdust, rice starch, and an all-natural plant-based binder. The bamboo is harvested from fully mature trees in well-managed, eco-friendly forests. That means this salad serving set is BPA-free, so you can rest easy knowing that no harmful chemicals will leach into your fresh lettuce and vegetables. The utensils are ergonomically designed with your hands in mind and also come in two colors—cherry and charcoal—to match a wide range of decor. This set is top-rack dishwasher-safe, but hand-washing is recommended.
SKU: 711473400333

Ingredients

100% Bamboo


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