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Iron Supplement Cooking Tool

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  • To use: Simply boil the Lucky Iron Fish in four cups (1/4 gal, 1L) of water for ten minutes with a couple of drops of lemon juice then enjoy your iron rich food or drinking water alone or in a recipe of your choice. See care instructions for further information
  • B-Corp certified manufacture
  • Reusable for up to five years
  • Great for vegans, vegetarians, athletes, and anyone else needing to boost their iron intake in a safe and natural way
  • Please note: Do not use for children under 12 months of age
  • Made in Canada
Materials
Cast iron
Care
Wash well before using for the first time. Dry thoroughly and store in a clean dry place after every use
Includes
Cast iron ingot and care instructions
Dimensions
3.5" x 2.5" x 0.5"
Weight
0.5 lb

Reviews
4.5 avg. (18 reviews)


Social Enterprises

Iron Supplement Cooking Tool

starting at $40.00

How about a powerful little fish? This treatment for iron deficiency and anemia integrates iron into your diet. It’s activated with boiling water and a couple of lemon drops so you can mix it in your tea, soup, or rice. Not only can you get up 75% of your day’s iron but for every fish bought, this dedicated B-Corp will donate a Lucky Fish to a family in Cambodia, where half the population suffers from iron deficiency.
Social Enterprises

Gavin Armstrong

Instead of relying on a pill-based iron supplement or an anemia treatment, give Lucky Fish a bath in boiling water to integrate iron into your meal.

This certified B-Corp wants to put iron in everyone’s pot—a response to the fact that nearly 50% of Cambodians suffer from iron deficiency. For every Lucky Fish someone purchases, they donate one to a family in Cambodia. Their goal is to tackle this worldwide issue by replicating their model around the globe. This goes to show the versatility of the design, which adapts to different diets and lifestyles.

A couple of drops of citrus and boiling water—that’s all you need to transform, tea, rice, or a bowl of soup into a mineral-rich dish. You’ll get up to 75% of your day’s iron intake and boost your energy, brain power, and improve your blood circulation.