Wooden cutlery

Our cutlery pieces are commercially compostable.

Wooden Teaspoon (Coated*)

Available sizes:
100mm

Wooden Gelato Spoon (Coated*)

Available:
95mm
Can be branded

Wooden Stirrer (Uncoated)

Available sizes:
178mm

Wooden Chopstick (Uncoated)

Available sizes:
260mm

Wooden Spoon (Coated*)

Available sizes:
160mm

Wooden Fork (Coated*)

Available sizes:
160mm

Wooden Knife (Coated*)

Available sizes:
160mm

Wooden cutlery sets

Our cutlery sets are commercially compostable.

Wooden Spork & Napkin

Inclusions:
Spork and napkin

Basic Set 1

Inclusions:
Knife, fork and napkin

Basic Set 2

Inclusions:
Knife, fork, spoon and napkin

Essential Set 1

Inclusions:
Knife, fork, spoon, teaspoon, napkin and stirrer

Essential Set 2

Inclusions:
Knife, fork, spoon, teaspoon, napkin, stirrer, sugar, salt and pepper

Why Closed Loop?

All of our packaging is purpose driven. Our wooden cutlery is part of our Made for More packaging. Proceeds from will contribute to ongoing research, education and development of sustainable packaging for takeaway foods.

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Made for the planet

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More about our environmentally friendly cutlery

Our coated* wooden cutlery range is wooden cutlery coated with carnauba wax, a natural wax from a palm grown only in Brazil. This makes the wooden cutlery smoother and provides a higher quality finish. This range can be commercially composted.

Yes, our sustainable food packaging is made from Food Safe paperstock, so can make direct contact with food.

Download our Sustainable Food Packaging catalogue for more details on our packaging range.

Made for More sustainable packaging

Browse our sustainable food packaging range. Proceeds from all Closed Loop packaging contributes to innovation and research, education and the planet. Find out more about our Made for More packaging.

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