Stainless Steel Travel/Camping Utensils – Upcycled Shaving Blades Set Launched

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Zero-waste grocery store, Scoop Marketplace, announces its Albatross Take Back Ware - a utensil set made from upcycled shaving blades. The item is part of the Albatross Blade Take Back Program which addresses the growing plastic waste crisis in the world.

The mobile, stainless-steel set helps eliminate the millions of plastic utensils thrown out in the U.S. alone each year. With the goal of mindful consumerism, Scoop Marketplace’s latest item is perfect for travel, camping, hiking, backpacking, and picnics.

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The new upcycled utensil set addresses proper waste management in the country. According to the latest statistics, plastics account for almost 12% of the 292 million tons of municipal solid waste generated in America each year. Of this number, a quarter is disposable plastic utensils.

Take Back Ware is a solution to this crisis. While its existence alone cannot prevent all plastic waste from occurring, it is a step in the right direction. The utensil set features a spoon, fork, and knife, with each cutlery featuring a specially-cut hole for hanging.

Its size makes it ideal for outdoor trips, but parents may also use it in their children’s lunchboxes. The stainless-steel set can be easily washed or placed in the dishwasher.

The Take Back Ware can be shipped anywhere around the country. Shipping costs are calculated at checkout. Scoop Marketplace uses secure third-party platforms to ensure the security of its customers.

Scoop Marketplace sees itself as the future of food and how it is enjoyed. Its mission is to normalize zero-waste shopping and they encourage shoppers to bring their own glass cans or cloth bags to place all their items in.

The store offers different zero-waste essentials, including items for cleaning, home, kitchen, and personal care and health. One of its best-selling items is its Booda soap and shampoo bar. The items are handcrafted with certified organic and raw oils, are non-GMO, and vegan-friendly.

A spokesperson for the company said, “All of us can do our part to lessen our carbon footprint. One simple but effective way to do this is by bringing your own bags when shopping and using reusable utensils. With our Take Back Ware, you can do your part in lessening the plastic waste in our country.”

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