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Design | March 3, 2020 |

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KIDS BAMBOO DINNERWARE

A sunny autumn day in the south of so with this in mind we started to design Sweden on the open plains of Österlen, on a dinnerware set for our smallest with inspiration from the shapes and humans, with the idea that we could colors of the landscape, Cink was hopefully grow to develop more created!  products in the future

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With a flurry of products for kids of all the idea of the company is that the five ages we still thought there was one big  colors of CINK should be constant in all thing missing in the kids section-our products. Clean, stylish dinnerware for baby’s, the company name is therefore our that fits in the grown-up home. Swedish version of “cinq”, the french is it really that hard to design functional word for 5. Baby’s dinnerware in simple shapes, soft colors and without childish prints? 
Welcome to the world of Cink! We think not!

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Cink was created to provide stylish, environmentally friendly and toxic minimized dinnerware for your baby, toddler or child. With a palette of 5 gender neutral colours, it perfectly complements the modern home and is suited to all ages in your young family. Our dinnerware is made from organic bamboo, recycled from the waste created in bamboo chop sticks production, blended with GMO- free corn starch and a 100% food- grade melamine binder.

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Cink dinnerware are coloured only with water-based, food-proof colour pigments and unlike traditional melamine products Cink are not coated with any surface treatments. Best of all is that you can use your Cinks for the entire family! Even though it’s designed to fit the smallest family members, both bowl and mug is perfect for picnics, breakfast cereals or to snuggle up in the sofa with your snacks. Another way of sustainable thinking! 
We hope you will enjoy your Cinks! 

more. www.cinkshop.com

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