Zero Waste Club – Waste Wood Ladle

2.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)


This is a vegan product made from waste coconuts which are a by-product of the small scale Vietnam food industry. No animals are used in the production of this item.

Out of stock

Join the waitlist to be emailed when this product becomes available


This Waste Wood Ladle is the perfect fully eco-friendly cooking utensil.

  • Perfect spoon for cooking
  • Spoon made from waste coconut shell
  • Handle made from waste kithul wood
  • Hand made with love in Sri Lanka
  • Additionally, a tree is planted for every item purchased from the Zero Waste Club range

Made from waste materials that are by-products from different industries such as coconut harvesting and kithul syrup harvesting.

Statement from Rishi at Zero Waste Club, “The coconut products are made in Sri Lanka. The coconuts are harvested using a rod to disturb the coconuts. The coconut harvesting is not a mass scale, as the coconuts are processed locally to make local products such as food bases. The waste, which is the coconut shell, is used by our maker to produce the bowls and other coconut based products like a soap dish”.
“No animals are involved in our supply chain including monkeys”.
July 2020


1 review for Zero Waste Club – Waste Wood Ladle

  1. 2 out of 5

    Lorraine Hurst

    How do you know these are not picked by monkeys, please add the source country as I will not but coconut products from Thailand

    • Sarah Maloy

      Hi Lorraine, thank you for your comments about the possibility of animals being used in the production of these waste wood products. As part of our ethical approach, we thoroughly investigate our supplier chain and we set out to be transparent as far as the information is available to us. This includes providing information to our customers about the production and supply of our products. As stated in the listing, this ladle is made in Sri Lanka. In response to the recent PETA report about the use of monkeys for harvesting coconuts in Thailand, I have been back to all our suppliers of coconut products for any recent updates. I have added Zero Waste Club’s statement to the listing so that you can see their response. Thanks, Sarah

Add a review