It's Time for You to Help Fight Plastic Pollution
Sea-life is being destroyed by our excessive use of plastic. Don't be just another bystander. This reusable bamboo cutlery set is a sustainable solution which helps cut back on the use of plastic cutlery. Be a wise and considerate consumer.
How Shopping Sustainably Can Make a Difference
My Little Panda Bamboo Travel Cutlery Set; ideal for eating on the go, whether at the office, at a picnic or on the road. It includes a 19cm bamboo fork, a knife with a serrated blade, a spoon, a straw, a coconut fibre cleaning brush and a stylish hemp case, with holders to keep everything together. The brush avoids small particles of plastic entering the water system during use.
As an eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic cutlery, a bamboo set is ideal. Bamboo is 100% biodegradable and sustainable; therefore, you cannot cause harm to the environment, even if you eventually throw the set away. The cutlery is lightweight, smooth and doesn't stain or absorb odours as wooden utensils do. You can use it again and again. It's completely free of toxins such as Bisphenol A (BPA), which is found in some plastic drinking cups and cutlery.
Unlike many materials, bamboo is highly renewable and can be grown and harvested without the use of pesticides. Being non-porous, it's more durable and fit for purpose than wood. As it's heat-resistant, you can use it with hot, as well as cold foods.
Make The Change To Bamboo Cutlery
The My Little Panda Bamboo Travel Cutlery Set helps you play your part in reducing the world's harmful flow of plastic waste. Eating with bamboo cutlery is entirely natural and lets you enjoy food untainted by any plastic or metallic taste. Despite being a plant, bamboo has excellent tensile strength and does not easily bend, break or warp.
Bamboo cutlery makes a great gift, too, being both attractive and practical. Buy it as a low-cost birthday, Christmas or wedding present which is sure to please. Most people will appreciate an easy solution to avoiding throwaway plastic.
(Images from sustainable event at Burges Salmon Law Firm)