Socks and ice cream and music, oh how beautiful! In the world of French illustrator Jennifer Bouron, everything feels dreamy. This season it was inspired by the illustrated children’s dinner set by EKOBO, which brings color, but also new vocabulary to the children’s food. The set comes complete with a divided plate, a drinking cup, a fork and a spoon. The set is colorfully decorated with many things that help to develop the imagination. Eat your peas and you can see the skateboard!
Bamboo fibers, corn, food-safe melamine resin
– more robust and durable than glass or porcelain
– Dishwasher safe up to 75 ° C
– 100% food safe
– Free of PVC, phthalate and BPA
– NOT suitable for microwave or oven!
Even if the material is extremely stable and durable, it is still not indestructible. It doesn’t crack like glass or porcelain, but if it falls onto a hard surface with one edge, parts can flake off.
The material for the colorful tableware series BIOBU from the French manufacturer Ekobo consists of a combination of ground bamboo fibers, a highly renewable, natural raw material, and a 100% food-safe melamine binder. It is designed for everyday use, whether at home or on the go, and is a great alternative to conventional plastic, disposable or porcelain dishes. The material is 100% non-toxic and no layer of paint or sealant is applied to the products afterwards .
EKOBO products with bamboo fibers come from sustainably controlled cultivation and are manufactured in Vietnam and China by local artisans – this stabilizes the village structures and the artisans do not have to leave their home to ensure the existence of their families. In this way, fair and generation-conscious production conditions are guaranteed.
The production is subject to high standards and the added value remains fairly with the producers.
Bamboo is a fast growing plant and produces 30% more oxygen than conventional trees.