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30% BIGGER THAN ORIGINAL SIZE | PERFECT FOR SALADS & MAIN MEALS | 100% NATURAL MATERIAL | FINISHED WITH COCONUT OIL | PLASTIC-FREE | COMPOSTABLE
Did you know…Billions of coconut shells go to waste each year; they are either burnt or discarded as waste. Coconut shells are a natural resource that can play a serious role in reducing the need for plastic bowls. They represent a closed loop product, for example, the shells are grown naturally, and instead of being discarded, they are handcrafted into bowls by artisans, and then can be composted back into the earth at the end of their life.
The Jumbo Coconut Bowl is a reusable, durable, and plastic-free bowl, providing a blank canvas that turns your delicious meals into a masterpiece. Each coconut is grown in Vietnam, hand-picked, cut, cleaned, and finished by local Vietnamese people. It’s Coconut Bowls mission to source, rescue, and reuse as many of these shells as possible so they can have the biggest positive impact on the planet.
The difference between the Original and the Jumbo is that the Jumbo is 30% bigger so it can hold larger meals.
Naturally good for you & the planet:
Compostable at end of life
Made from 100% coconuts
Finished with coconut oil & free from artificial glues or lacquers.
Food safe, suitable for hot or cold food
Free from plastic & other nasties
Durable & lightweight
Check out how these babies are made in the video below:
Please handwash these babies in warm soapy water. Rub coconut oil over bowls every 10-20 uses to extend their life. Check out our Dish Blockand Natural Brushes.
*Do not use in the microwave, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, or soak for long periods of time.
These reusable coconut bowls are packaged in recyclable and compostable paper. *woop woop*
Designed and Owned, with♡, in Australia. Made responsibly in Vietnam (also known to locals as the kingdom of coconuts).
The founder of Coconut Bowls, Jake McKeon was backpacking around the world and exposed firsthand to the devastating reality of plastic pollution that exists in the sea. This fuelled his passion to make a positive difference. He went back to Bali, had 100 coconut bowls made, packed them into his surfboard bag and returned to Aus.
After high demand, further sourcing, and product development, Jake realised that a coconut shell is more than a bowl. It was the best example of closed-loop sustainability he’d seen. Billions of shells go to waste each year, if these bowls could replace the need for plastic bowls, and then be composted back into the earth at the end of their life, they would create a closed loop product life cycle.
Coconut Bowls donate 1% of their annual revenue into verified environmental initiatives certified by 1% for the planet. They are on a mission to build their conscious community, and it feels soooo good to support them!
To check out the rest of their range, search ‘coconut bowls’ in the search bar of our website.
Unfortunately the jumbo bowl was cracked upon delivery. Very promptly Laura and the Go For Zero team sorted it out, but I got a small one instead xD Not to be worried as we are onto it. In the mean time, one thing I definitely would advise future buyers to have in mind is that these are not suitable for microwaving =/ in a world of bulk cooking having kitchen wear that it is not suitable for microwaving is pretty inconvenient. The bowl is really pretty and light-weight though =) feels very nice if you have sensory requirements.