Made of organic bamboo which is naturally resistant to heat.
Lightweight and safe for all surfaces, comfortably grip hot or cold food.
Nontoxic in high temperature, it will not release any toxins substances while cooking or serving.
The bamboo tongs have no unpleasant after taste like plastic or wooden cutlery. Great for Flipping Meat, Grabbing a Toast or Serve a Salad.
Cost & Timing
UK: Free Secure Delivery
Delivery within 1-2 Working Days
Europe: Free Secure Delivery on orders over £40
(£8.25 if you spend less)
Delivery within 3-4 Working days.
International: Free Secure Deliveryon orders over £50
(£12.50 if you spend less)
Delivery within 6-7 Working days.
Once your item has left our warehouse, we’ll send you an email with tracking information.
Couriers we use for deliveries include Royal Mail, Hermes, DHL and DPD.
Delivery Via Courier
Items are usually delivered during Monday to Friday, 7.30am - 6pm. Some couriers may deliver slightly earlier or later.
If no-one is available, the courier will attempt to leave the parcel with a neighbour. The courier will post a card through your door with further delivery instructions if they're unable to complete delivery or if they leave the parcel with a neighbour.
The courier will attempt to make delivery and obtain a signature up to 3 times before the parcel is returned to our warehouse.
If you are looking for a reliable wholesale supplier of reusable bamboo cutlery, don't hesitate to contact us. We can collaborate and ship worldwide.
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