27,00 € ( RRP)
Style no. 700130003
The MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] dinner set is a practical, aesthetic and playful set consisting of a children's cup, as well as a deep plate and flat plate – both with high sides that make them particularly suitable for small children. The children’s dinner set is available in the colour bottle green.
The dinner set is produced in Denmark and is made of bioplastic with added wood fibres – a food grade material with a smaller CO2 footprint than purely fossil-based plastics.
"MUMS" is the Danish term for YUMMY, and it’s often used for things with a pleasant appearance, scent and feel – and that describes the MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] series perfectly!
The series consists of cups, plates and bowls in four different colourways.
MUMS, dinner set, bottle green
Wood scent – a series with a clear conscience.
MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] children’s tableware is designed and produced in Denmark. The series consists of children’s bowls, plates and cups, designed for families who appreciate simplicity at the dining table, but who also welcome a playful touch. MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] is designed for families with children, but mostly for the children themselves. They are born curious and playful, and are not concerned with “clean lines”, aesthetics and minimalism, so of course there should be room for an elephant or two in the middle of the dining table! Sebra’s classic elephant “Fanto” adorns each piece in the series.
What does the bioplastic in MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] consist of?
The bioplastic is made from bio-based raw materials, i.e. plant parts. Corn has been used for MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs].
Why is wood fibre added to MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs]?
The bioplastic benefits from the versatility of plastic, and with the addition of wood fibres, the amount of plastic is reduced. This means less CO2 compared to a pure bioplastic product or a petrochemical product of, for example, oil or natural gas.
Are new trees felled in order to add wood fibres to MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs]?
No, they are not. The wood fibres used are a byproduct from wood production.
Is the bioplastic in MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] CO2-neutral?
No, but the bioplastic itself does not emit more CO2 through incineration than what the plants have absorbed in the field during cultivation. Compared to a fossil-based plastic material, bioplastics have a significantly lower impact on the atmosphere. The complex CO2 accounts also include energy for production and transport, which of course causes pollution, but this also applies to plastic made from oil or natural gas.
How do I dispose of MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] after use (for example, due to wear and tear or changed needs)?
The MUMS [ˈmɔmˀs] series must be sorted as hard plastic for recycling.
Recommended age: 4 months+
Cleaning instructions: The products can be put in the dishwasher – in the upper basket. Clean the product before first use.
For your child’s safety and health. WARNING! Only use the product under adult supervision. Check the product before each use. Discard at the first sign of damage or wear. Always check the food temperature before serving.
The product is marked with the glass and fork symbol, which means that the product meets the requirements for food contact materials.
Sebra is subject to inspection by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration as it sells plates, bowls, cups and cutlery – all known as food contact materials. Sebra currently has the best possible Danish stamp of quality in terms of food safety. See the latest inspection report here.
|Material||50% Bio-PP - 50% wood fibres|
|Number of items||3|
|Washing instructions||The product is suitable for dishwasher at maximum 65 degrees – place in upper cart|