Wooden Sono Spoon – Ahimsa
Add a bit of paradise to your meals with our lovely hand carved wooden sono spoons from Ulu. Exotic and eco-friendly these wooden spoons are the ultimate natural and sustainable way to eat!
These are so perfect for zero waste and sustainable living as these spoons are completely plastic free, natural and biodegradable! Great for replacing plastic spoons, these are a non-toxic and healthy alternative.
Ideal for camping and taking to festivals, you’ll love keeping your sono spoon on you ready to use at all times!
What Makes It Better:
- 100% natural
- Plastic free & biodegradable
- Healthy and eco-friendly
- Made from reclaimed sonokeling wood (rosewood)
- Hand carved ethically in Bali
Approx Length 15cm – 16cm (completely natural and handmade)
Add a bit of paradise to your meals with our wooden sono spoons from Ulu. These spoons are hand made from reclaimed dark sonokeling wood (rosewood) which have been sanded down and carved then engraved with the word “ahimsa”, which means compassion for all living things. Ahimsa is a major part of Ulu mantra. These wooden spoons are finished with a layer of coconut oil to polish the spoon which makes it ready for dining. Perfect for smoothie, yogurt and rice bowls.
Ulu ethically hand carve their wooden sono spoons and forks in Ubud, Bali.
Pair this spoon with our exotic coconut bowls also from Ulu.
|Dimensions||160 × 40 × 10 mm|
Reclaimed Sonokeling Wood (Rosewood)
Organic Coconut Oil
At Ulu they believe in one thing: Sustainability. Because we only have one planet and we need to look after it for it to look after us. That is why everything made by Ulu is 100% natural, organic and completely biodegradable.
Ulu coconut bowls are authentically up-cycled coconut shells that are usually discarded or burnt, significantly contributing to greenhouse gas emissions and unnecessary waste. Made by mother nature and with a little Ulu love, these beautiful bowls are the perfect alternative to harmful plastic containers. From your morning smoothie bowl to your evening curry, enjoy a touch of island paradise with your Ulu bowl.
When two backpackers headed to Uluwatu in Bali for a surf trip they immediately fell in love with the healthy and eco-friendly way of life they discovered there. After a few weeks of living the simple, sustainable way, they were taught by the locals to collect, hand-carve and sand the coconut shells into bowls. Engraved with the word ‘Ulu’ to pay homage to its origins, the pair decided to spread the spirit of sustainable living across the world.
Everything tastes better in an Ulu bowl, because with each spoonful you’re nourishing the earth as well as yourself.
I love working with Ulu because of their inspiring ethos and value that shape the company. Their coconut bowls are the perfect way to make use of something heading towards becoming waste! Not only is using the coconut shells a much more sustainable and eco-friendly method of eating, it is also a lot of fun and exotic using coconuts as bowls!