Warning: serious #BowlGoals ahead.
Think your morning smoothies can’t get any greener? With more plant power than a superhero on spirulina, our new plant-based cups are made from natural and sustainable crop fibres (and zero melamine) making them THE most eco-friendly on the planet! (Take that, kale. *POW!*)
Free from BPAs, toxins, and melamine (adiós, nasties!), these beauties are 100% biodegradable and compostable, which means they’ll go on to have another life if your toddler decides to hide them in the garden. Better yet, they’re microwave and dishwasher safe, which means less work for you – hooray!
Available in two stunning colourways, these plant-based cups are perfect for picnics (both teddybear and loungeroom varieties), and make the ideal gift for eco-lovin’ parents who want to make the world a greener place.
Bobo&Boo has created durable, eco-friendly dinnerware that can withstand even the fiercest of toddler tantrums. However, we can’t 100% guarantee that our bamboo and plant-based products won’t break when dropped or thrown - especially by a grumpy threenager who doesn’t want to eat their vegetables. The good news is that they won’t shatter like glass or ceramics, but may chip or crack if hurled against hard surfaces. We recommend you treat your bobo&boo goods like you treat your Little Boos: thoughtfully, patiently, and with lots of love.
These cups are the perfect size for our 5 and 4 year olds. They are easy to clean and a good solid weight so they don’t tip very easy. Our kids love them and the colors are perfect for making sure they each have and drink out of their own cup.
I like how these look among our other dishes. The toddler has thrown them down a time or two without them breaking, one has broken that was thrown extra hard.
My children love the colors and they are easy to clean and are durable it seems.
The Bobo & Boo products I bought are plant based and do not contain Melamine, which is not safe. My granddaguhter loves the colors and I feel good about letting her eat off of the dishes and drink from the cups. The only thing I wish is that I could get more of the divided plates so I could have enough for everyone of our young grandchildren.
I ordered these cups, and they turned out to be pretty good. We’ve had them since Easter 2021, and as of last week they became our primary cups for the twins. They really only used them about maybe two dozen times. Which means two dozen dishwasher cycles.So I ordered two more sets since they’re the only cups of girls have, as I threw away all their sippy cups and all their baby cups last week.Last night I went to put the unicorn tea (Blueberry chamomile tea and warm milk with blueberries for color), A nightime ritual before bed. And I noticed tea going all over the counter, and then I found this big crack.Now I understand that kids drop cups, but my girls are pretty responsible. Since they started using big girl cups, they’ve only ended up on the floor maybe three times.So yes, I’m concerned about the durability of these cups. I hope that I didn’t just waste money buying two more sets. I expect to use these cups for a few years.On a positive note, the girls love the colors, I love the fact that they’re environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and dishwasher safe!