Biochef Eco-Friendly Kitchenware (review)


They’re made from corn?! – JD, 6

It’s a sad fact that 300 million tonnes of non-biodegradable plastic is produced globally every year, leaving a nasty carbon footprint and ultimately ending up as a pollutant in landfills and oceans.

That’s why I’m super excited to show you these amazing Judge BioChef kitchen utensils made from a combination of corn-based bioplastic (derived from cornstarch), nylon and a little silicone, making them a durable, attractive and eco-friendly alternative to traditional kitchen utensils.

I’ve been trying them out for the last couple of weeks and haven’t noticed any difference in performance from tools made with more mainstream materials. They are heat-resistant to 210°C, light and comfortable to hold with an ergonomic design, dishwasher safe and BPA free.

Priced from £4.20 per utensil and available in Debenhams and via Amazon, the Judge Biochef range includes all the essentials such as a slotted turner, spaghetti fork, slotted spoon, ladle and serving spoon. So next time you need utensils, why not go eco-friendly and pick up BioChef?

Disclosure: we were sent Biochef utensils for review. No payment was received for this post. All posts are 100% honest.

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