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NATURAL HOME STAINLESS STEEL & BAMBOO SERVING SLOTTED SPOON

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Serve up your favorite meal in style with this 10-inch-long bamboo and stainless steel slotted serving spoon. Made with a sleek stainless steel handle and strong bamboo spoon, this one-of-a-kind slotted spoon will add style to your favorite meals.

Tough, durable and lightweight, bamboo is a natural in the kitchen. One of nature's most sustainable resources, bamboo is stronger than oak and reaches maturity in just four years — without pesticides. Bamboo's density makes it naturally water-resistant, which inhibits germs and bacteria. It won't scratch your pans like metal and doesn't absorb moisture like conventional wood.

Though used like timber, bamboo is a grass that self-propagates as it spreads underground via a network of rhizomes. A white oak tree takes 120 years to grow to maturity; bamboo takes three-and-a-half to seven years. This self-regenerating plant grows without pesticides and needs very little water; some species grow as much as 3 feet a day. Because of its fast growth rate, bamboo sequesters carbon dioxide at faster rates than hardwood trees — another bonus for the environment.

Stainless steel does not leach chemicals, and the stainless steel used in this product is 93 percent recycled. The grade of the stainless steel used is 18.8.

The editors at Natural Home & Garden have selected this and other stainless steel and bamboo cooking utensils because they are durable, safe and environmentally friendly.

"We wanted our products to be affordable for everyone, which meant they had to be manufactured overseas (my biggest compromise, honestly). They're currently being made in Spain, India and China, though we're actively seeking out U.S. companies to partner with us for the next round. Our agents have inspected all of the factories we're working with, and no children or forced laborers are involved in making them. All workers are paid fair wages."

Robyn Griggs Lawrence, Editor-at-Large of Natural Home & Garden

Care instructions: Hand wash only.
Manufactured in China