Miniware First Cutlery Set (Fork and Spoon)
This is for little ones who are just transitioning into learning to feed themselves independently. If your little one is ready for the next step to becoming an eating master this set is the perfect first cutlery! This set includes 1 Spoon, 1 Fork and 1 easy-to-clean Canvas Carry Pouch.
Spoons: 5.3 in x 1.2 in, Fork: 5.1 in x 1.2 in.
Item Weight: 5.6 ounces
What is the difference between Miniware and other feeding products?
Miniware is a complete system for self-feeders that grows with your child. The modern designs and clever accessories look great and reduce the need for short-lived kids’ products – a win-win both for you and the environment! The detachable suction foot helps children learn to feed themselves and comes off easily when they are ready to advance. Food-grade silicone teething spoons and smart dividers support advancing to fuller and healthier meals.
What is Miniware made of?
Miniware is made of all-natural products and all materials come from Nantou County which is home to one of the largest bamboo forests in Taiwan! Minware bamboo fibre comes from recycled bamboo furniture and kitchenware (things like chopsticks!) so there is nearly zero waste. Using bamboo reduces the strain on natural resources as it is the fastest growing plant on Earth.
Miniware is biodegradable and is 100% plastic free with no phthalates, BPA, BPS, or PVC. The polypropylene ring and silicone suction foot are both food-grade level.
How should Miniware be cleaned?
Miniware is dishwasher-safe. If washing by hand, a regular soft sponge is best as the product surface can become scratched with a rough scrub sponge. Steel wool sponges are not recommended.
Is Miniware microwave-safe?
Yes, Miniware is suitable for use in temperatures from -4°F to 284°F. Please do not microwave for more than 1 min in an 800W Microwave. We recommend microwaving food in another container before using Miniware to feed young children, to ensure that food is cooled and to avoid burning a child’s mouth.
Can Miniware be sterilized using hot water?
All materials made of natural products experience softening when exposed to extended heating and this can reduce the product lifetime. We suggest a maximum of 30 seconds of heat exposure when sterilizing Miniware.