Raffi says hi from the bottom of this cute set of Kiddish bowls. These kids bowls are designed for everyday meals and have a bunch of practical features: suitable for the microwave, dishwasher safe and ready to survive any gravity testing by a toddler.
The recyclable kids bowls are made in Denmark. After countless family meals, parties and picnics, the bowls can be sorted as hard plastic and recycled to produce new products, such as furniture, sneakers or fiber for making clothes.
Raffi is looking up from this practical 2-pack of kids' bowls in powder shades. The Kiddish bowls have a matt silky surface and just the perfect size for little eaters starting to explore the world of food.
I'm made of:
100% food grade PP.
I'm this big:
Ø 13,5 x H 4,6 cm
How to care for me:
Dishwasher safe. Microwave safe. No heating or food contact over 70°C.
All Done by Deer products are tested to comply with strict European standards and are therefore perfectly safe for kids to use.
Important info for you:
Complies with EN 14372. Please read the instructions inside before use. Recommended age: from 0 months.
I've passed the test:
This product is tested and complies with the European standard for feeding utensils EN 14372. It is also tested and complies with the EU regulations regarding food contact 10/2011 and 1935/2004.
gravity tested by toddlers
The Kiddish series is made in Denmark with raw materials sourced from Scandinavia. With the production set so close to our warehouse, we ensure a good and friendly journey for our products.
Happy colours define the Kiddish collection and the tableware is designed to be practical, safe and fun for kids to use. Kiddish tableware can be used in the microwave oven, is dishwasher safe and will survive any gravity testing by a toddler.
free from harmful substances
Kiddish is made in durable Polypropylene (PP) - free of BPA, phthalates and other harmful substances. This makes the tableware a perfect choice for kids. After countless family meals, fun parties and picnics, the Kiddish items can be recycled to produce new daily life products such as furniture, sneakers or fibers for making clothing - a thought we really like!