Knork Eco Astrik Utensils are an innovative, sustainable replacement for plastic utensils.
If you’ve ever packed for a picnic or camping trip, you know the convenience of single-use plastic utensils is alluring. But these utensils are not cost-effective to recycle, so they spend their long lives in landfills or polluting the environment. And some reusable alternatives can be too heavy or difficult to clean for regular use.
Knork Eco Astrik Utensils are made from a sustainable blend of sugarcane starch and bamboo fiber. This material is lightweight, long-lasting, and resistant to heat and moisture. So you can use them over and over again without worrying about bacteria creeping in — and you can even put them in the dishwasher.
Designed to easily cut, scoop, and serve, Knork Utensils are perfect for regular use at home or convenience on the go. And best of all, they break down within two years of disposal without leaving anything harmful behind.
How To Use
Use your Knork Eco Utensils at home or on the go
Enjoy a functional design that easily cuts and scoops food
Wash your utensils in the dishwasher or by hand
Continue to reuse — Knork Eco Utensils are designed to last decades
After disposing of your utensils, rest easy knowing they’ll break down within two years
85% Sugarcane (PLA) and 15% Bamboo Fiber
Heat & Moisture Resistant
Unique Ergonomic Design
Biodegrades within 2 years of disposal
Single-use plastic utensils make up a huge portion of plastic waste worldwide. These utensils are often only used for minutes, then spend centuries in landfills or the environment. Knork Eco Astrik Utensils are made from a sustainable plastic alternative that is lightweight, durable, and easy to clean & sanitize. Making these products emits 80% fewer greenhouse gases than traditional plastic materials. And they’re made to last a lifetime in the home — but only take two years or less to safely biodegrade after disposal.
100% Carbon Neutral Shipping - every shipment is offset
Packaged exclusively with Biodegradable & Recycled materials