The BRAND NEW Cup Duos are the PERFECT dinnerware size for little bears!
Designed using EcoCub's latest plant-based technology, meaning stronger dinnerware for your cubs and easier mealtimes for you (we may have thrown these little guys on our driveway a few times- purely for testing purposes of course!)
And the best bit: they're 100% plant-based! Fully biodegradable & compostable.
Each of our Mother Earth Collectioncolourways are inspired by the stunning hues in nature. Mix and match with our other Mother Earth Collection products for a complete set for your home, caravan or picnic basket.
🐻 Please know that due to the production process and nature of plant-based products, every single EcoCubs dinnerware product is truly one of a kind! Slight variations in material will be present as we are not using synthetic materials. You will see the natural components of the bamboo coming through the colours & we think that's pretty special!
♡ Our brand new dinnerware is dishwasher-safe & microwave safe!
♡ Wash before first use.
♡ Sometimes our products appear to have a dust-like coating when first out of their packaging. This is a non-harmful plant residue from the manufacturing process and will wash off.
Our latest technology means our new plant-based products are highly durable (we've tested them at EcoCubs HQ with our own 'throw technique' on various surfaces!) We are confident in the durability of the products for every day use with children or when outdoors.
Having said that, we cannot guarantee that our products are as tough as those made of pure plastic or melamine. Unfortunately, we cannot promise that they are 100% unbreakable.
So please do treat them with a little more TLC than you would those products that are made from synthetic materials.
END OF LIFE
Once you no longer have use for your plant-based dinnerware and wish to dispose of them, please DO NOT PUT THEM IN YOUR REGULAR RECYCLING OR WASTE BIN. These products are designed to biodegrade in compost conditions.
Ideally, dispose of your dinnerware in industrial compost locations or in your backyard compost- however, know these conditions will mean it takes a little longer for break down to occur.