Spork little BIO 2-pack
• Easy to clean
• Dishwasher safe
• BPA free
• Made in Sweden
• Made from Biobased Bioplastics
Includes Spork little BIO 2-pack
2x Spork little
Biobased plastics have a unique advantage over conventional petroleum based plastic in the sense that the composition is made fully,or in part, from plants or other biological matter.
In using renewable organic matter we engage in a regenerative cycle that is not only sustainable but an excellent substitute to fossil fuel dependency. The plants growth cycles naturally remove CO2 from the atmosphere suggesting that a global change to biobased plastics would be equal to stopping millions of tons of CO2emissions every year.
The Spork Little is a complete 2-in-1 utensil with a full-sized spoon and fork it’s also a little thicker for durability and more rounded for safety.
Packs away perfectly in a backpack, boat, picnic basket, lunchbox, purse, glove box, carry-on bag or briefcase.
Versatile enough for camping trips, snacks, and meals on the go. For sustainability and safety, the Spork Little is made from Biobased plastics and is 100% BPA free. It’s also microwave and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
Ecozen is a biomass-based transparent copolyester with high heat resistance. This BPA free material has excellent food container and utensil application. The biomass is from European GMO-free corn starch.
End of use
End of life is the final stage in the eco-design wheel. It is our intention is to make products that offer longevity and promote reusability. Two factors that make sustainability a key part of wat we do. However, if a product reaches end of life, we are here to guide and support our customers in the disposal of our products in the best way possible. It is our advice to investigate the recycling system available to you at your local centre, and make your decisions based on the information we provide and that of your communities recycling facility. You can find a full report for each product including its material composition and how to dispose of it responsibly within our materials pages. Together we can make the right decisions based on open communication and understanding.