Large and Small Spork

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Chroose from small or large spork for made from certified orcanically grown bamboo and finished with food safe oil, these bamboo sproks are safe and sustainable. 

Small: Made from organic bamboo designed specifically for small hands and small mouths, this kid's bamboo spork (fork and spoon) is sure to please. Parents will love this all-in-one utensil that's safe, sturdy, and fun for kids to use. Hand wash. Responsibly made in China.

Measures 5" long

Large: A grown up version of the popular versatile bamboo Spork. Designed with a longer handle for bigger grip, and a larger spoon head for bigger bites. It’s the ‘do everything’ utensil. Hand-shaped from a single piece of Certified Organic bamboo. You’ll want one in your travel kit, at work, in the car

Measures 6" long



  • Lightweight and stronger than wood
  • Naturally stain-resistant and anti-microbial
  • Natural food-safe oil finish
  • Hand wash for longer life
  • We recommend Bamboo Goo to keep your bamboo beautiful for years.
Proudly Made in China
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Review by San Diego Mama on 7/27

my son who is almost 2 has been using this spork since he was about 9 months old. It is our favorite cause he can use either side. I like that it is not sharp because it is perfect for him. I look for it everytime i make him food! He loves it too. It cleans up easy and looks and feels great. I am buying more for my new little guy on the way!

Review by Nancee on 10/21

I haven't purchased this item because of 2 concerns. I have a couple of small bamboo sauce spoons from Pampered Chef that have had splinters, which is dangerous. My other concern is that a youngster could become hurt with the tines of the spork, by accidentally getting poked in the face/eyes. Young children first learning to eat by themselves tend to flail their arms around a bit and thus, my concern for injury.

Review by Organic on 5/12

If you did buy one & try, you would know how blunt the fork is. Can't really poke into food (my opinion. Just for noodle. Mine didn't have any splinter after using for quite a while. I bought some other (other brands) bamboo utensils & they do have splinters. I think it may be related to what kind of bamboo / which part they use?

Review by SusanJ on 10/28

I keep it in my diaper bag for restaurants so my kids always have kid friendly untensils. Plus if they end up playing with it, it's pretty safe!

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