Bamboo Fiber Kids Divided PlateEkobo
Alternative to plastic kids dinnerware.
This bamboo fiber divided plate features three roomy sections. While it’s perfect for a toddler discovering new foods, parents can also enjoy that it's 100% non-toxic and dishwasher-safe.
P.S. They are lightweight and stackable, so pretty awesome to take along for a BBQ.
Dimensions: 9 3/4 x 9 x 3/4 in.
BPA, PVC, and Phthalates free
Goes Great With:
50% bamboo fiber, 50% non-toxic food-grade A5 melamine binder. All dyes used on these products are 100% food-grade and entirely non-toxic. Dry color pigments (mineral or nonorganic) are mixed with the powder composite used to make the products.
Described as a biopolymer, this bamboo fiber is comprised of about half bamboo fiber, a highly renewable material, and half non-toxic food-grade A5 melamine binder, which helps to extend the life of the products. This organically grown bamboo is FSC-certified meaning it is responsibly-sourced and managed. It is collected as sawdust waste from chopstick factories. This material is stable, unchanging, and poses absolutely no health risk with daily use. There is no need for an external varnish, and the product maintains its appearance over time as it is the same material inside and out. All BIOBU products undergo regular and rigorous testing, comply with all food safety standards around the world (FDA, LFGB & REACH), and are free of BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Lead, Cadmium, and Mercury.
Top-rack dishwasher safe
* Disclaimer: Please be advised that while these products are durable and long-lasting, this eco-friendly material is not unbreakable. It will not shatter like ceramic or glass but if dropped at a bad angle on a hard floor, a chip or crack may occur. Adult supervision is required for children under 3.
End of Life Instructions
Crush up and put it in your landfill trash where it will start the decomposition process. The portion of bamboo 50% will biodegrade in 2-3 years.
Where It Comes From
Ekobo is based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Their products are made with about 50% raw bamboo waste from China, where bamboo grows prominently, and is collected from FSC-certified chopstick factories - a green, responsibly sourced waste product. Bamboo is a highly renewable natural resource that doesn't require any fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides to thrive. The techniques used for manufacturing Ekobo products consume little water and energy.