The most eco-friendly eating utensils are stainless steel options. These are much more recyclable than other materials. We have also included links to options made with other sustainable materials as stainless steel is not always practical.

TOP TIP: Remember it's more eco-friendly to buy locally instead of ordering online where possible.


TOP TIP: Reusable eating utensils can be bought in most zero waste shops. It's a great idea to support these eco-friendly businesses before shopping in big high street retailers, find your nearest here.

Reusable eating utensils are easy to find on the high street. Most supermarkets and outdoor/hiking shops sell them.

 Planet Organic have a selection of supermarkets across London, find your nearest here. They stock stainless steel and bamboo reusable eating utensils and lunch box/reusable cutlery sets. They also have many other eco-friendly products from food to cosmetics. Give them a call to check they've got what you want in stock before visiting a store.


TOP TIP: If you're buying more than one item online it's more eco-friendly ordering everything from the same website. This reduces the impact of packaging and delivery. The following websites sell a variety of eco-living products so its's worth having a browse before placing an order.

Plastic Freedom stock a selection of bamboo cutlery, some of which come in a handy cork pouch. They also plant one tree for every order made.

Boobalou sell stainless steel and bamboo reusable eating utensils.

Wearth London sell a variety of bamboo and wheat fibre reusable cutlery as well as handy pouches for storage.

Peace With The Wild stock bamboo reusable cutlery.

The Plastic Free Shop have a selection of bamboo reusable cutlery.

In Greens sell bamboo reusable cutlery, some of which come in a handy cork pouch.