Plastic cutlery is one of the top 10 items found during beach cleanups! These handy reusable utensil sets hold a spoon, fork, knife, and a pair of chopsticks. Their convenient carrying case and non-serrated knife make them easy to pack and TSA-approved, for all your travel needs.
The carrying case has a carabiner so you can easily clip it onto your purse, backpack, or briefcase. This kit is ideal for picnics, take-out, and eating on-the-go.
Use & Care
They are heat and stain resistant, and they don't absorb any flavors. Dishwasher safe, but handwash for optimal lifespan.
Package: 8.5"H x 1.85"W x 1.13"D
Fork: 7 1/8" long x 1 1/8" wide
Spoon: 7 1/8" long x 1 1/2" wide
Knife: 7" long by 3/4" wide
The fabric utensil holder gives plastic bottles a second shot at a useful life - and an opportunity to stay out of our landfills. Made out of RPET (recycled PET plastic), they call the fabric RePEaT because it lets plastic reincarnate for a second life.
Utensils made from sustainably sourced renewable bamboo, hand finished with top grade natural, food-safe wood oil.
Small paper tag that creatively attaches to the sets without a plastic tie.
This durable and BPA free, pthalate free alternative to plastic cutlery is a win-win for you and the planet. Made by Togoware.
End of life
If one of your utensils breaks, you can compost it. You can buy a replacement utensil here. The holder can be tossed in the wash and reused or taken to textile recycling.
I have been trying my best lately to be part of the zero waste movement and Eco Collective makes it pretty darn easy - I can find pretty much anything I "need" like these bamboo utensils! I got these for work so I would eliminate the amount of plastic utensils I use from the office kitchen. Although super convenient to mindlessly grab a plastic fork from the draw it is even more convenient to have a set of my own that only I am using.
They are easy to clean and work great if not better. I mean the spoon is a spoon but in my opinion the fork works way better at forking food than any plastic fork I've used. I have yet to use the knife or chop sticks but all in all a great products and your own carry pouch... yes !
I do temp work and often don't know what the kitchen setup is like at the offices I go to. Some offices don't have dishwashers and only can provide disposable utensils (which are compostable, but that still requires energy from transport). So these utensils are a zero waste lifesaver. They tuck away easily in my bag and now I'm always prepared for whatever lunch I bring or the much needed sushi run on days that aren't going so well. I like that these can get through TSA as well so I don't have to worry about forgetting them in my bag and having them confiscated.