Environmentally Friendly Cutlery

Our single-use cutlery range is made from plant-based PLA or FSC™️ wood and has a smaller carbon footprint than plastic cutlery. Heat-resistant and sturdy.
10cm Wooden Teaspoon
16cm Wood Spoon
14cm Wood Stirrer
16cm Wood Fork
16cm Wooden Fork Pack
16cm Wooden Spoon Pack
16cm Coated Wood Knife
16cm Coated Wood Fork
16cm Coated Wood Spoon

Environmentally Friendly Cutlery

Whether it’s food trucks at a festival, picnics in the park, or quick-service restaurants in the city, when it comes to food on the go, for both practical and hygienic reasons, customers often need disposable cutlery to enjoy their food. Unfortunately, conventional disposable cutlery is made from plastic derived from finite fossil-fuel resources which contributes to the planet's plastic pollution problem. After its short useful life of 20 minutes, that disposable cutlery usually ends up in landfill where it takes decades to breakdown and releases greenhouse gases in the process.

Looking for an eco-friendly cutlery option? Our BioCutlery range includes a 100 percent PLA bioplastic option and FSC™ (License code FSC™️ C149381) sustainably sourced timber wood cutlery. Our cutlery range includes knife, fork, spoon cutlery sets, standard spoons, soup spoons, small dessert spoons, forks, knives, chopsticks, and stirrers made from different types of sustainable materials. All BioPak single-use disposable cutlery has a smaller carbon footprint compared to conventional plastic cutlery.

Made from beautifully crafted birchwood, our BioPak wooden cutlery is a stylish, affordable, eco-friendly option that biodegrades and will not pollute or damage the environment.

Our 100 percent PLA bioplastic BioCutlery is made from a plant-based bioplastic and produced from a rapidly renewable starch.

Our 100% bioplastic cutlery and FSC™️ certified wood cutlery are industrially compostable. Composting cutlery reduces greenhouse gases, returns nutrients back to the earth and improves soil quality, and costs less than sending waste to landfill. Talk to us about industrial composting in your local area.