Wooden Soup spoon | Natural
- Material: Wood
- Colour: Natural
- Size: One size
Handmade in KenyaSKU: WL51000
Our soup spoons have been carved out of a fallen jacaranda tree branches in collaboration with MADE51 workshop. Kapya Kitungwa is a refugee from Kongo and established his workshop in Nairobi to provide work for other refugees living in Kenya. Every item is handmade.
Don't wash wooden soup spoon in the dishwasher. Wash with warm water and rinse with cold water. You can treat wooden kitchen utensils with poppy or flaxseed oil every now and then.Each Mifuko product carries the name of its maker.
At Mifuko, we are proud to offer handmade products crafted by talented artisans from rural communities in Kenya, Tanzania, and Ghana. By choosing Mifuko, you are supporting Fair Trade principles and helping these skilled artisans earn a better livelihood while preserving local craft traditions.
As a certified member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO), we are committed to putting people and the planet first in everything we do.
Each Mifuko product is unique and carries the name of its maker.
We at Mifuko have been radically sustainable from the beginning, striving for sustainability in everything we do. We are determined to be a part of building
a better, sustainable future. We want to contribute to solving the issues humanity faces, such as poverty, gender inequality, pollution, and loss of biodiversity.
The story of two friends
Mifuko was founded in 2009 by two Finnish designers. From the start their mission was to bring joy to customers while improving the welfare of women in rural areas of Africa.