Bambu – Organic Kid’s Bamboo Spork 18+ Months
Bambu Organic Bamboo Kid’s Spork 18+ is just what your kids wanted. Designed for kid-sized mouth. It also has a specially designed handle that’s easier for them to hold and control. Hand shaped from a single piece of certified organic bamboo. No yucky glues or lacquers. This spork is a healthy, fun alternative to plastic.
- 5 1/4″, Food safe; phthalate-free, PVC-free, and BPA-free
- Tested and approved; CPSIA compliant
- Hand wash with warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly
- Finished with a USDA Organic oil from flax seed.
Certified Organic Utensils
The only cooking, feeding and serving utensils that are certified organic. Made from certified sources audited and approved by IMO Switzerland and approved to carry the NOP seal of approval.
The debate continues whether organic foods have more nutritional value than non-organic foods. The fact is that products that are certified organic are tested and approved to be pesticide-free and chemical-free. And that is healthier for your family. According to recent research, U.S. families are increasingly embracing organic products in a wide range of categories, with 81% now reporting they purchase organic at least occasionally.
Their bamboo grows and is harvested from wild groves, not from farmed plantations. The fact that they don’t use fertilizers or pesticides also protects the farmers whom they work with. From harvest to home, natural and chemical-free.
Protect the Little Ones
Protect your family at an early stage with their Baby and Kids Eating utensils. All baby and kids utensils are certified organic and are the perfect way to keep the little ones safe from chemicals leaching into their food.
Testing & Materials
Bambu puts an extra level of care into their products. They are pleased to share with you their product information so you can make informed decisions about the products you use, and about the people and company you wish to support. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about their products and processes.
Offering safe, well-designed, high quality products is a tenet of theirs. Their products are tested and must pass independent international laboratory testing before they can label their products ‘food safe.’
In order to meet the requirements of the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and the Consumer Product Safety Council (CPSC), they use an independent third party to test and certify that their products comply with product safety requirements.
All bambu kids products are tested by a CPSC accredited testing facility. Certificates of conformity may be made available on request. CPSC establishes testing protocols to simulate normal or reasonably foreseeable use, damage, or abuse in which toys and other articles intended for use by children may be subjected. They work with consumer protection professionals to keep us apprised of any relevant changes from the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission).
They use natural and low-impact whenever possible. They use food safe oils, water-based adhesives, natural finishes and waste-water management practices in their production. More many of their products they eliminate the need for glues and lacquers altogether. Their certified organic products are made from sustainably sourced bamboo. The source is certified to be free of pesticides, fertilizers and chemicals. Their USDA certified organic utensils and kids products are finished with a certified organic oil.
Except for their Bamboo Goo which is made with beeswax, all bambu products are 100% vegan. No animal-derived ingredients are used. No ingredients or products are produced on shared machinery with non-vegan ingredients, and neither the products nor their ingredients are tested on animals.
They consider several aspects when thinking about packaging; what is it made from, where does it come from, how is it processed, its durability, and recyclability. They strive to minimize the amount of packaging they use. They look for ways to reduce waste at every opportunity. They are committed to finding solutions to minimize packaging and use paper from managed sources, and printed using low impact inks.