Light My Fire BPA-Free Original Spork BIO

July 11, 2019 - Comment
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The Light My Fork Spork Original BIO is the perfect reusable spork to avoid using one time use cutlery. It was designed specifically for us by Scandinavian designer Joachim Nordwall. This spork is a spoon-fork-knife since it has a serrated edge on the side of the fork. This makes it versatile enough to use whether you are backpacking, having a picnic, or just grabbing some lunch to go. If you are using to cook in the backcountry know that it is safe to use with non-stick cookware. It also uses BPA-free Biobased plastics that are dishwasher safe, making them easy on the environment and easy to clean.

Product Features

  • Full size spoon-fork-knife utensil combo with serrated edge on side of fork
  • Made from Biobased plastics – 100% BPA free
  • Heat resistant and non-stick cookware safe
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning


Anonymous says:

The only utensil you’ll ever need!!!!! Stroke of genius!!! Gone are the days I go to the dollar store for disposable forks, spoons, and knives. It has literally saved me at work. I used it for my lunch and snack. The spork combo is awesome but what makes it great is the serrated knife. I‘ve been able to easily cut into my food without having the need for multiple utensils when I have it all in one. Best part is that it is made from eco plastics. Did I mention I love it ? It’s versatile and purple. Plus there are other colors to…

Anonymous says:

Great tool! I was a little worried about the knife being attached to the fork – but it was for nothing – it doesn’t cut up the inside of your mouth.My kids were fighting over it because they both wanted to use it!It’s easy to clean either by hand or in the dishwasher.The prongs on the fork are not super sharp so I have to really stab at my food. But I’d prefer this over it being too sharp.The knife cuts food surprisingly well.I enjoy using this…

Anonymous says:

Not just a spork! I’m not sure how one would include the knife word into spork, but this is a spoon, fork and knife. I really like the idea of adding the serrations of a knife onto the edge of the fork. Sometimes trying to cut with the side of a fork just doesn’t work so I think these serrations will help if eating something a bit meaty or thick that’s larger than bite-size. Since this is a hard plastic, the serrations aren’t likely to cause scrapes or cuts to an adult mouth. Kids, on the other hand, might…

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