Wooden Forks – Disposable Wood Cutlery Silverware 50ct

December 4, 2013 - Comment

Wooden cutlery is an eco friendly alternative to plastic disposable cutlery. This product is made of solid birchwood and is disposable and biodegradable. Because they’re made of wood, they’re great for stamping! Product Features Disposable and Biodegradable Made from solid birch wood Biodegradable one time use only Bestselling Products on Amazon Stillhouse Lake Camino Island:

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Wooden cutlery is an eco friendly alternative to plastic disposable cutlery. This product is made of solid birchwood and is disposable and biodegradable. Because they’re made of wood, they’re great for stamping!

Product Features

  • Disposable and Biodegradable
  • Made from solid birch wood
  • Biodegradable
  • one time use only

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Comments

April says:

Wedding Forks We used these as dessert forks for our wedding. They arrived promptly and were great for eating cake. We used the same forks along with wooden knives and spoons for the dinner buffet as well. They were cute, budget-friendly and “greener” than plastic. I wouldn’t try to cut and eat a steak with these, but for collard greens, mac and cheese, etc. they were perfect.

Anonymous says:

These are very study and wonderful alternative to plastic! I would like the tines to be just a bit deeper – especially for meat entree / foods. Would purchase again / recommend to others. Went perfectly with the Palm Leaf plates we used.

Anonymous says:

My metal salad forks left the house in lunch containers never to return. I don’t know the environmental impact of throwing away a metal salad fork as opposed to a plastic one, so I won’t speculate, but I was TRYING to avoid the plastic. Then I saw these. From the picture I couldn’t judge the size and my 4 year old would be using them at school (PreK) for lunch so I didn’t want them to be too big. They’re the perfect size. These are about the size of a normal salad fork. The head is spork-ish, the tines shorter than they appear in the picture, but are very usable. The tines are not sharp, but rounded, which is also great for a 4 year old in preK.I like the price, I like the fact that they aren’t plastic, and I like the size for use by my 4 year old. Haven’t tried this yet, but I was considering saving the used forks (that make it home) for kindling.

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