Solid spoon, charcoal

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Retail Price: $4.99


Member Price: $3.25 (Save 35%)

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Why You’ll Love It

The Moboo® Solid Spoon is unlike any other kitchen utensil. Composed of bamboo and natural fibers, it’s suitable for use in stirring, mixing, and serving your hottest foods without risk of chipping, melting, or warping. Like all Moboo products, it is BPA- and chemical-free, and it’s safe to use on all cookware, including nonstick. This spoon is also dishwasher-safe (on the top rack), but hand-washing is recommended. It comes in an eye-pleasing charcoal hue that’s sure to match with any kitchen decor.
SKU: 711473401866

Ingredients

MOBOO®, produced with bamboo sawdust, rice starch and an all-natural, plant-based binder


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