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Kids Divided Tray - Lagoon

List price: £11.00  
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This lagoon blue divided tray is non-toxic, eco-friendly and offers a durable alternative to traditional plastic trays and plates. It has three compartments and is great for camping, outdoor dining and everyday use.

Designed in France and made in China from natural, renewable and sustainable bamboo fibre. Contains a minimal amount of food grade melamine resin which is needed as a binder. Coloured using 100% food-grade dyes which are entirely non-toxic.

BPA-free, PVC-free, formaldehyde and phthalate-free.

Not suitable for microwave use or for the oven.

Please note: Although bamboo fibre products are durable and long-lasting, this eco-friendly material is not unbreakable. It will not shatter like ceramic or glass but if dropped or knocked at a bad angle on a hard surface, a chip or crack may occur.

Adult supervision is recommended for children under 3.

Compartment sizes approximately:

24cm x 10cm
12cm x 10cm
10cm x 9cm.

Overall tray size approximately 23cm x 25cm.

The material used to make Ekobo bamboo products is described as a biopolymer, which means it is comprised of bamboo fibre, a highly renewable material, and 100% non-toxic food-grade A5 melamine binder, which helps to extend the life of the product (itself a sustainable practice!).

The bamboo used to make the biopolymer comes from collected sawdust shed from cutting and shaping FSC certified bamboo chopsticks and flooring. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, and is an endlessly renewable resource. It grows naturally without using any pesticides or fertilisers, takes in greenhouse gasses and produces 35% more oxygen than the equivalent trees.

Bamboo is also naturally sterile and odourless so won’t leave any taste residue.

Ekobo products comply to all food safety standards - FDA (USA) and LFGB (Europe) and are free of BPA, PVC, phthalates, lead, cadmium and mercury.
Founders, Franco-American duo Bruno & Boo Louis, stand by their mission to be pioneers in eco-design.
The couple have long been devoted to improving the way they engage with people and the planet, and their creative processes are fuelled mostly by their own family and lifestyle. The idea for the collection was born out of frustration when they couldn’t find a BPA-free (and Disney-free!) baby dishware set for their first daughter.

In 2012 the company partnered with a factory in China that produced a new bamboo fibre eco-composite. Combining sawdust waste from chopstick factories and a food safe resin, and the designers worked together to fine-tune what has become BIOBU® FSC certified Bamboo Fibre Collection.

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