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Rice Husk Girls Dinnerware

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last update: 2018-08-18 21:35
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Rice Husk Girls Dinnerware/Biodegradable Rice Husk Girls Dinnerware/

Non-toxic Rice Husk Girls Dinnerware

20cm x 2.5cm

Materials: Rice Husk

Refrigerated safety

Microwave Safe (Up to 3 Minutes)

Can safely hold liquids from -30 to 120 degrees Celsius

BPA Free


Product Feature:

Saveyour children from the nasty chemicals that are released from melaminetableware!

The range is predominantly made from rice husk fibre.Instead of burningand wasting this bi-product, we transform it to create re-usable, durable andnatural products that will dissolve once buried under the ground.

We choose high-quality rice husk and natural plant fiber as rawmaterials for the production of tableware, in order to ensure your and yourfamily's health from the source.


Application Area:

A rice husk tableware for little Girls,Great alternative to clay,porcelain or glass tableware, Baby Plate Available in Natural life.

All Green Map kid's tableware are made of natural ricehusk, pure and harmless, safe for your babies!

After Service:

1. 24 hours online service

2. OEM/ODM order service are acceptable

3. Support sample order

4. Small order is acceptable if have the stock

5. Professional QC Team and After-Sales Service Team

As parents, we hope our baby grow up happily and healthily.Did you notice that most kids dinnerware are made of bamboo、plastic or stainless steel?But do you know that some of these materials will cause some healthissues?


Green Map is your best choice!

http://www.gm-tableware.com/

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