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Edible Spoons, Size Small 7cm | 100% natural | Box of 450

Pack of 450

From £49.50

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Small size edible spoons (6.8/7.0 cm). Ideal for ice cream and other desserts.

Stroodles edible spoons are baked goods (biscuit) are made from natural edible indigents and are all vegan. Each will last up to an hour in cold food, (30 mins in warm foods). Guaranteed to provide a memorable experience of enjoying ice cream or dessert, soup or any other dish.

Cocoa Flavour (gluten free): 6.8 cm in length.
Oat Flavour: 7.0 cm in length.

FREE DELIVERY (Mainland UK only) for minimum orders of 4 or more boxes.

Additional information

Flavour

Cocoa (gluten free), Oat

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Items per Pack 450
Shelf Life 10 months
User Guidance

Store in a cool, dry place

Raw Materials Oats, Rice Flour, Sugar
Ingredients

Cocoa Flavour: Raw cane sugar, 29% ground cacao fibre, rice flour, corn flour, corn starch, sunflower oil, salt. Gluten-free. May contain traces of nuts, milk, egg and soy. Oat Flavour: Raw cane sugar, 29% ground oat shells, rice flour, corn flour, corn starch, sunflower oil, salt. May contain traces of nuts, milk, egg and soy.

Environmental Impact

In providing an edible alternative to single-use plastic ice cream spoons this product is helping the environment by reducing plastic waste.

Packaging Disposal Home Compostable, Recyclable

Paper and cardboard packaging can be recycled or home composted.


Product Disposal Home Compostable

Product can be eaten, home composted or disposed of with food waste.


Shipping

Shipped to Isle of Man and Isles of Scilly, Mainland UK, Northern Ireland, Scottish Highlands and Islands

Shipped from United Kingdom


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