OneSTEP Compostable Wooden Cutlery (100 pcs/ pack)
OneSTEP Compostable Wooden Cutlery (100 pcs/ pack)
OneSTEP Compostable Wooden Cutlery (100 pcs/ pack)

OneSTEP Compostable Wooden Cutlery (100 pcs/ pack)

Regular price $19.40 Sale

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Brand Story
This is a brand minimizing the use of disposable plastic. It advocates the message of "One Step for the Change", encouraging consumers to do 1 more step by utilizing tools to avoid plastic trash for the positive change to the environment.

This wooden cutlery is a natural product made of renewable resources. Because of the lacquer-free and wax-free features, it is 100% biodegradable. Since it is made of natural birchwood, it does not release toxic substances during the decomposition process. This is the major advantage as compared with disposable tableware which is made of plastic / mixed plastics. To strive a balance between commercialization and environmental protection, the use of wooden cutlery is the optimal choice to ensure food safety and advocate sustainability.

Product Specification

  • Dimensions
    • Total Length: 16 cm, 
    • Handle Length: 11 cm
    • Width: 3 cm
  • Packing: 100 pieces/ pack
  • Weight: 280 g/ pack
  • Material: Birchwood (lacquer-free and wax-free)
  • Origin: China

  • Parties
  • Anniversary Dinner
  • Christmas celebrating events
  • Picnic

To be environmentally friendly, always use reusable cutlery before opting for disposables. 

[Zichan and the Fish]

Zichan (子產) was a high official in the State of Zheng (鄭國) in the Spring and Autumn Periods in China. During that time, there were territorial wars going on between states. Zichan assisted the other officials in governing the state and therefore the State of Zheng can maintain order and its people were able to live peacefully and happily.

Whenever people presented him with live seafood to eat, Zichan would refuse to kill and eat those creatures. He could not bear to be the cause of the suffering and sacrifice of all those lives. Hence, he always had the aquatic creatures taken to a pool and liberated. Whenever he saw the fish living happily in the pool, he would say with uninhibited delight. His kindness extended universally to every kind of living creature.

All creatures are equal. All animals have the right to live like humans.


Vendor: Eco-Greenergy, a social enterprise in Hong Kong

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