Bambu is introducing several new kitchenware tools, including the return of its original Spoontula.
The company said that the certified organic bamboo Spoontula has a hand-shaped design that incorporates a spoon head with a spatula and can be used for tasting and scraping. It is also designed with a rounded, 13-inch handle that is longer than other utensils. It has a suggested retail price of $5.
Bambu will also be rolling out the Veneerware spork, the latest addition to the company’s line of disposable dinnerware. The long-handled spork is a combination of a spoon and fork and can be used for various dining options, such as on the go, picnicking, or informal sit-down meals.
Bambu will also bring to market its original Adjust-A-Bowl soft cork bowl. Made from thin sheets of natural cork adhered to a cotton blend backing, this versatile and lightweight fabric is stain resistant, waterproof and machine washable. Bambu stated it can be used for bread, fruit, or as a catch-all around the house. The 8-inch bowl has a suggested retail price of $22, while the 10-inch bowl has a suggested retail price of $28.