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Excellent polythene feeding utensils for the very young grappling with grown-up ways of eating. Unbreakable, hygienic and practical. Not even egg will crust to the surface. It is not stained or harmed by fruit acids. It can be washed in hot water, but should not be boiled. The plate has sides sloping inwards, so that food pushed to the edges will drop back on the spoon and not shoot over the side. Both Plate and Beaker have the broad base to prevent spilling. They are slightly more expensive than ordinary plastics feeding utensils, but will last for years.
Available in pink or blue, in an attractive gift box.
Year: 1960<<< Back to list