Ekobo's small bowls are the workhorse of our range. Serve up what you want - purees,
yogurt, ice cream, olives, nuts, and sauces. And they’ll rock it on your tabletop,
poolside, or around a campfire - you name it.
Designed for everyday use, at home, or on the move, this product is an alternative to
traditional plastics, disposable or fragile dishware. To extend the life of their products,
Ekobo combines biodegradable bamboo fibre, a highly renewable natural resource, with a
100% food-grade melamine binder.
* Disclaimer: Please be advised that while Ekobo products are durable and long-lasting,
this eco-friendly material is not unbreakable. It will not shatter like ceramic or glass
but if dropped at a bad angle on a hard floor, a chip or crack may occur. Adult supervision
is required for children under 3.
BPA, PVC and Phthalates free
Top-rack dishwasher safe
Designed for daily use
Suitable for hot and cold foods and liquids
Measures: 4 X 4 X 1.3/4 in.
* Disclaimer: Please be advised that while EKOBO products are durable and
long-lasting, this eco-friendly material is not unbreakable. It will not shatter
like ceramic or glass but if dropped at a bad angle on a hard floor, a chip or
crack may occur.
Ekobo Ecology & Design:
Ekobo is an eco-friendly enterprise specialising in the design and manufacture of contemporary home accessories made from a natural and renewable resource: the bamboo.
Ekobo combines modern aesthetics with local craftsmanship to sustain artisanal communities, while promoting bamboo as a socially and environmentally-responsible material.
Since its creation in 2003, Ekobo has evolved from a specialist in bamboo tableware to an eco-design brand focusing on home living accessories. Ekobo now offers over 350 sustainable, functional and stylish products for all areas of the home.
Tradition & Modernity
Ekobo product style is contemporary but it champions and protects the ancient know-how and competence of village craftsmen enabling them to make a better living. Each product is handmade and passed between two specialised villages in VIetnam : from the one who shapes the bamboo to the expert in traditional lacquer finish techniques. This meticulous and skilled process can take 45-60 days depending on the complexity of the product.