Energize the presentation of your miniature appetizers and bite-sized desserts with our trendsetting Yellow Braided Picks. Designed with colorful braided detailing, these nature-friendly bamboo picks are sure to impress your guests. Use these decorative picks as cocktail sticks to spear lime wedges for a mojito -- or use them as martini picks to skewer blue cheese-stuffed olives for a gin martini. Equipped with an easy-to-hold handle, these cocktail sticks are also ideal for serving one-bite appetizers like crispy coconut shrimp and teriyaki chicken bites. Not to mention, their bright yellow braids and natural bamboo beads make miniature desserts like chocolate-covered berries and creamy chocolate truffles absolutely irresistible! These power-packed 4 inch bamboo picks are available in a 1000 count box.
|RWB0140 Product Details|
|Pack Size||1000 X 1 BX|
|Product Length||4.0 inches|
|Product Width||0.125 inches|
|Product Height||0.125 inches|
|Product Size||null ounces|
- Better than my old ones.These skewers are really pretty, they are better looking than the old metal ones I was using in my restaurant.
- Customers Rave about these picks.I run a deli. I use these picks in many of my sandwiches, my customers are always saying nice things about these picks. I like how these picks add a cheery touch to my sandwiches.
- Great quality productThis is a great quality product and it looks fantastic. We use these picks all the time for fine dining style hors d'oeuvres at large events. I love the red ones, too!
- LovelyThese are super lovely. I thought the yellow was just divine and need really bring a glow to our table. Very nice, indeed.
- Put a smile on my faceWhen I used these at the catering event that I did they really did put a smile on my face. They were elegant but just glowed with a cheerful brightness. Really liked these braided picks and can't wait to use them again.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.