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Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Coconut bowl (by Coconut Bowls)
Price
14,00 €
Availability
4 pcs

Coconut bowls are gifts from nature, handcrafted from real coconuts discarded as waste. With every use you save a coconut, help the environment and support rural craftspeople.

100% natural and handcrafted by rural artisans. Every Coconut Bowl is unique with it's own shape, colours and markings - they're 1 in a Million - just like you!

These eco-friendly bowls are perfect for everything, from stir fry to smoothie bowl. Transport your whole family to a tropical paradise with every bite! Everything looks and tastes better from a Coconut Bowl.

Hand Wash w/ Warm Soapy Water
Polish w/ Coconut Oil (or other oil) Every 10 Uses
Do Not Expose to Extreme Heat
Do Not Use in Dishwasher, Oven or Microwave

Story:

Billions of coconut shells were going to waste every year. As a bi-product of the thriving coconut industry, coconut shells have traditionally been burned or discarded as landfill.

By working with a number of smaller family farms, where we pay farmers for them to sort and package the coconut shells into the sizes that we require. This ensures they receive an income from products that they otherwise would have to pay to dispose of - or burn themselves, which contributes unnecessary and methane emissions. This income makes a difference for these farmers, who are considered some of the poorest in the country, often earning the equivalent of $1 - $2 per day.

When we collect our coconut shells, they then travel to our workshop, where we work with local craftspeople and artisans who are paid more than double fair trade standards - which is 30% more than regular incomes for similar jobs. Our team also receive food and drink throughout the day, and welcome regular breaks.

One of the wonderful things about our workshop, is that many of the artisans are family. This is desirable within the Vietnamese culture, as many workers must travel hours every day to get to their workplace, meaning less time is spent with family.

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