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Avanchy Bamboo Baby Forks with Pink (5pk)

Brand Avanchy
S$39.90 (+10% OFF FOR VIP)
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Avanchy Bamboo Baby Fork is a silicone-tipped baby fork with a bamboo handle. Unlike plastic forks, which can hurt baby's delicate mouth, our training forks are completely safe. The spork design has a silicone tip that's rigid enough to pierce veggies and other basic foods but soft enough not to hurt baby's gums. One of a kind and the safest feeding fork on the market. The short, lightweight bamboo handle is smooth and easy to hold. It's a great baby fork or toddler training fork for baby-led weaning (BLW).

  • Includes 5 baby fork
  • Made of organic bamboo and silicone
  • Soft silicone tip, silicone tines and neck are gentle on gums and teeth.
  • Toddlers and babies alike can effortlessly grab and maneuver the long bamboo spoon with a sturdy, reinforced neck
  • Organic, sustainable, 100% biodegradable bamboo handle with FDA-approved, food-grade varnish
  • Antimicrobial and antibacterial materials
  • Plastic-free, BPA-free, PVC-free, lead-free, melamime-free and phthalate-free
  • Nontoxic, hypoallergenic, and 100% safe for toddler feeding
  • Bamboo is a light material, but it does not scratch or break easily
  • Highly reusable, Beautiful nature-inspired design

Contains 5x Avanchy Bamboo Baby Fork only.

Recommended for 6+ months.

*Refer to 1st product image for what you will receive. Secondary images may feature other products that are not included.

Includes: Five (5) silicone baby forks with organic bamboo handle

Dimensions: 5 1/2 in. L × 1 1/4 in. W

Care: Hand wash.

 

Why bamboo?

  • Unlike plastic, bamboo does not contain BPA, PVC, Phthalates and other substances that are not safe for children
  • Bamboo is organic, biodegradable and easy to dispose of responsibly
  • By choosing bamboo, you are helping the planet
  • Bamboo is anti-bacterial
  • Despite its lightness, bamboo is surprisingly strong and durable

 

FAQ

Are Avanchy dishes microwavable?
Our bamboo baby dishware isn't meant for any type of oven, be it conventional, toaster, or microwave.

Stainless steel, like all metals, isn't microwave-safe.

What's the best way to clean Avanchy dishware?
To care for bamboo:

  1. Wipe out any remaining food.
  2. Wash the dish in warm water using mild soap and a soft sponge or brush. Avoid abrasive cleaners and tools.
  3. Rinse thoroughly.
  4. Wipe dry with a soft cloth.
  5. Allow the dish to air-dry completely.

Keep in mind that bamboo-and-silicone items should be washed by hand per the instructions for bamboo care.

Both stainless steel and silicone are dishwasher-safe. Of course, you can always wash these materials by hand.

For deep cleaning of your suction dish, remove the silicone ring and wash each item separately as directed above.


What's the best way to keep Avanchy bamboo dishware looking fresh and new?
To help prevent deterioration, periodically treat your bamboo dishes with a light coating of oil, such as food-grade mineral oil or mineral oil with beeswax.

If you want to avoid petroleum products, any shelf-stable, food-grade oil will work. It's best to avoid nut oils, which can easily go rancid.

  1. Use a soft cloth to apply a light coat of oil to the item.
  2. Allow the oil to soak in for at least 1 hour or overnight.
  3. Wipe off the excess with a clean, dry cloth.


Can I put Avanchy dishes into a dishwasher, sterilizer, or steam cleaner?
Bamboo dishes should be washed by hand immediately after use.

Never soak bamboo in water for long periods or place bamboo in any cleaning machine. Exposure to intense heat and high volumes of water can cause bamboo to swell and crack.

Both stainless steel and silicone are dishwasher-safe.

Are Avanchy products made from safe materials?
Yes! All Avanchy products are free of BPA, BPS, PVC, plastic, lead, and phthalates.

We use only nontoxic and hypoallergenic materials—bamboo, stainless steel, and silicone—to make our baby dishware.

Silicone, although synthetic, is far less likely to leach chemicals into food than plastic is.

Are Avanchy products earth-friendly?
Yes! We use sustainable, organic bamboo that's 100% biodegradable and nontoxic. All our bamboo is coated with an FDA-approved, food-grade varnish to reduce porosity and enhance longevity.

Stainless steel is recyclable.

Silicone is recyclable as well, although it can be harder to find a recycler that accepts silicone. Still, silicone's ability to outlive plastic makes the former a far more earth-friendly choice.

Where does Avanchy get its bamboo from?
We have rigid contracts with multiple organic-certified factories in China where over 80% of the world's bamboo comes from.


How are Avanchy bamboo dishes made?
Our process is quite fascinating, it all starts with naturally drying our organic bamboo, then compressing it into blocks in a giant oven, once the blocks are compressed, they are cut into small pieces which are manually carved against a mold, all residue is used to feed the ovens! after molding comes a manual polishing stage then bamboo sealant, FDA approved food varnish to protect the bamboo and ensure it doesn't absorb water or color, then back to natural resting in a climate controlled room. Overall a very relaxing experience for our bamboo I'd say.

Where are Avanchy products made?
Since we source our bamboo from China it makes sense to produce our goods there as well. All our products are designed in house at our headquarters in Dallas, TX. USA.

What makes silicone better than plastic?
Food-grade silicone, although synthetic like plastic, doesn't leach toxic chemicals.

Silicone is softer than most plastics, so it's safe to use for eating utensils. Plastic can cut baby's tender mouth, whereas silicone won't.

And because silicone is far more durable than plastic is, you won't have to replace the former as often. This keeps waste out of landfills.

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