Showcase your bite-sized treats with our Pulp Tek Teardrop White Sugarcane / Bagasse Tasting Spoons. Made from natural sugarcane pulp, known as bagasse, these disposable appetizer spoons are commercially biodegradable and compostable to shorten the cleaning process at your catered event or restaurant. Their stylish teardrop design makes your delicious samples look appetizing and irresistible. Plus, they're easy to handle when transporting desserts and appetizers from the kitchen to customers' tables. Ideal for serving samples of ice-cream, brownies, and cake, these biodegradable tasting spoons are freezer-safe and microwavable for holding a variety of fare. These sample spoons are grease-resistant to prevent them from becoming soggy and keep them sturdy. Featuring a white finish, these compostable tasting spoons match the setting at your foodservice establishment. Measuring 4.25 inches long and 2 inches wide, these chef tasting spoons contain up to 0.5 ounces. Sold in a 100 count box.
|RWA0017 Product Details|
|Pack Size||100 X 1 BX|
|Product Length||4.13 inches|
|Product Width||1.97 inches|
|Product Height||1.18 inches|
|Product Size||0.5 ounces|
- Classy.The classiest tasting spoons on the market in my opinion. I am a personal chef and my clients ask me all the time to use these spoons because they look exquisite.
- Thumbs up.I give these spoons a thumbs up, they are perfect. I have never had any of the spoons break or crack and they look really pretty on my tasty menu.
- Better than expectedI had never ordered tasting spoons online, even though I use them all the time in my restaurant. However, a friend of mine recommended Restaurantware and these spoons to me so I decided to give them a try, The spoons and service was better than I expected, I am pleased with my purchase.
- The perfect tasting spoons.Bagasse Teardrop Spoons are the perfect tasting spoons, they are the perfect size for amuse bouche creations, which is how I use them every day.
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.