Stylish And Sustainable Kitchenware
Want to know what sleek and sustainable kitchenware has caught our eye this month in the UK? Keep reading to find out.
Who knew that your knives could be organic too? This sleek set of 5 kitchen knives and matching block are made from wheat fibre and the blades made from recycled steel. It’s a natural by-product from the wheat farming industry, which is traditionally burnt by farmers. The wheat fibre components of this knife block set will decompose under composting conditions.
As we head back into the office this natural set of bamboo cutlery in a linen wrap will brighten up lunchtimes. It comes with two sized spoons, a knife, fork, straw and straw cleaner.
Don’t forget to take this set on your weekend picnics too!
Out of context, this item might look a little like a nicely coloured shower cap, but in reality, this is the end of our cling-film habits.
They’re made from a wipe-clean linen fabric with an elasticated band to stretch and fit most bowl sizes as well as loaves of bread or squashes!
This wood and plant fibre scrubbing set will keep your pans and dishes clean and the kitchen looking natural. The bundle includes four differently shaped brushes that are ideals for all types of kitchenware.
The conundrum of buying organic produce but having to take them home in plastic bags is solved! These reusable organic cotton mesh bags are perfect for a few kilos of tomatoes, a dozen satsumas or even any mushroom selection.
They make the ideal gift for any market-goer.
To wipe up any unforeseen spills, this washable kitchen roll is ideal. They’re handmade in the UK from a highly absorbent organic terry cotton, and can even rub off the grime with a bio-washed linen blend side.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.