Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate
Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate

Eco Friendly Leaf Pattern Acacia Wooden Pan Plate

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Acacia is a hardwood that is extremely durable and long-lasting. Pan Plates made from Acacia wood are hand-crafted to perfection from one solid piece of sustainable, eco-friendly acacia hardwood.

Each handmade serving piece has its own unique shape and rich-colored wood grain. Acacia wood kitchenware serving sets are perfect for dinner parties, entertaining guests, or your everyday family meal.

This set comes in 2 variants and 3 sizes each. 
Acacia kitchenware is sustainable, and easy to look after. You can hand-wash with warm soapy water and air-dry. 

The wood is entirely food-safe and resistant to water penetration, stains, and odors from foods like garlic and onions. Also, Kitchenware made from Acacia wood is very easy-to-care-for!

  • Completely safe for hot or cold foods.
  • Eco-Friendly.
  • Leaf Pattern.
  • Durable.
  • Very Elegant.

Acacia is a hardwood that is extremely durable and long-lasting. The wood is entirely food-safe and resistant to water penetration, stains, and odors from foods like garlic and onions. Also, Kitchenware made from Acacia wood is very easy-to-care-for!

Acacia Wood is responsibly forested which means that the wood is harvested from healthy forests in an environmentally friendly and sustainable manner.

Sustainability: 

  • Harvesting rates and clearing sizes that do not exceed a forest's natural capacity to regenerate.
  • Maintaining natural forest conditions needed for wildlife and healthy ecosystems to function.
  • Protecting and maintaining rare, threatened and endangered species and forest types.
  • Not clearing forests or replacing them with barren tree plantations.
  • Minimizing or eliminating chemical use.
  • Protecting streams and rivers from soil erosion that degrades water quality and fish habitats.
  • Helping workers, communities and indigenous people benefit from the forestry operations and protecting their rights and interests.