3024-S-107

Bamboo Baby Spoons - 5 Pack

By Avanchy

$19.95
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Something to chew on: these baby spoons are an eco-friendly and good-looking alternative choice for baby-centric mealtimes. Made with organic, sustainable bamboo that is naturally antibacterial and anti-microbial and finished with a food-safe varnish, and non-toxic and BPA-free silicone that little teethers will appreciate gnawing on.

  • Materials: Bamboo with FDA-approved food-grade varnish & silicone
  • Care: To clean, first wipe out any remaining food then wash in warm water with mild soap and a soft sponge or brush. Avoid abrasive cleaners or tools. Rinse thoroughly and wipe dry with a soft cloth then allow the spoon to air-dry completely
  • Includes: Five bamboo & silicone baby spoons in assorted colors
  • Baby spoon has larger head and shorter handle which is easier for older babies to hold
  • A great baby or toddler spoon for Baby Lead Weaning (BLW)
  • For ages 4 months and up
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 5.5" x 1.5" x 2"
  • Weight: .19 lbs
 

About Avanchy

Tiny Diners

When Avanchy Maker Faisal Khan’s twins were toddlers, he had a mealtime epiphany. He was so careful about feeding them the best organic food he could find, yet he served it all on maybe-not-so-great plastic dishes.

Faisal’s dream dishes and bowls must-haves? Eco-friendly and functional. If they could look good, too, that would be a bonus. Sounds like an easy ask, but Faisal struggled to find a worthy option. He decided to make his own from organic and sustainable bamboo and food-grade silicone. Both materials pull a lot of weight in the dishes, bowls, and spoons scaled for tiny diners. Bamboo is durable and naturally anti-microbial and antibacterial. Non-toxic and BPA-free silicone gives the bowls and dishes an airtight suction grip on surfaces, which helps control meal-time messes. A sneaky-smart pull-tab lets parents break the seal.

We appreciate Faisal’s pursuit of elevating mealtime staples for his kids and the sophisticated, kid-friendly pieces he created.