Put a Fork In It

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Green Toys utensils

If your food is organic, should your utensils be safe, too? Credit: Green Toys


It goes without saying that you want your tot using utensils made from healthy plastic: no BPA, no PVC, no phthalates.

But here's an opportunity to go one step further with a material that's as earth-friendly as it is kid-friendly.

The new forks and spoons from Green Toys are made entirely of recycled plastic milk jugs (much like the ones you plow through as junior indulges his 20-ounce-a-day habit).

Check out their plates, cups, and bowls as well.

Available for $6 for a set of four forks and four spoons at greentoys.com.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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