Hybrid Coconut Fork
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- 100% NATURAL - No artificial materials used
- ECO-FRIENDLY - Tines made from coconut shell, handle made from coconut timber
- UNIQUE - Rich, dark bowl with a wood grain handle
- TIMELESS LOOK - A classic piece of cutlery for your kitchen set
- Width: 1.4” (3.5cm)
- Length: 6.7" (18 cm)
- Made from 100% natural coconut timber
- Handcrafted by artisans in Vietnam
- Safe to use with food
- Easy to wash and clean
- No synthetic adhesives or coating involved
From waste to useful flatware. That’s the summed up journey of the Hybrid Coconut Fork. Made from reclaimed coconut shell and wood offcut, each fork means pieces of wood and coconut shell saved from getting burned and handcrafted for a new purpose.
Not only that, but each fork sold also means one tree planted! Check out our Mission page to learn more.
The Hybrid Coconut Fork sports two beautiful colors: the rich, dark color of a coconut shell and the grainy color of coconut timber. Together, the two colors create an earthy vibe that complements various kitchen styles, including rustic, contemporary, and modern kitchens.
This fork is made to be durable, too. The handle and the fork’s neck are held tightly together by compressed coconut fiber, so you can enjoy your favorite salads knowing that your utensil will hold together and that it’s 100% food-safe. This fork complements different styles of serving plates and bowls, including coconut bowls and ceramic saucers.
What’s more, a coconut shell fork is more child-friendly than plastic and metal alternatives. Next time you serve snacks for little ones, be sure to use a Hybrid Coconut Fork.
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep it away from direct sunlight.
Not dishwasher-friendly. Hand-wash with soapy lukewarm water. Do not soak for long periods.
Do not use in the dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, or oven.
Coat with coconut oil or other food-safe oil once it becomes dry or dull.
How It’s Made
1. Reclaim offcuts of coconut timber
To make our wooden utensils, we collect discarded offcuts of coconut timber from factories. Then, we send the wood to our team of artisans who’ll transform them into beautiful, food-safe utensils.
2. Cut the wood into the shape of utensils
Our artisans draw the profiles of spoons, forks, and knives on the offcuts. Then, they use a saw to cut the wood down to the drawn shapes of the utensils.
3. Carve the details
Next, they use carving knives to hollow out the bowls of the wooden spoons, carve the prongs of the forks, and sharpen the edges of the knives. They then carve the utensils' handles, making them smooth and comfortable to hold.
4. Smooth out the shapes and surfaces
After carving the utensils, they smooth out and sand the edges and surfaces. Finally, the utensils are thoroughly cleaned and coated with all-natural coconut oil.