The coconut industry is rampantly thriving. Coconuts are used to extract their oil, flesh and water, then passed onto us, the consumers.


Unfortunately, as a bi-product, coconut shells are discarded as waste. These shells are then incinerated, leading to a significant release of greenhouse gases, such as, Carbon Dioxide and Methane. Greenhouse gases are a culprit to global warming. They have a negative impact to our environment and sustainability.


If only there’s a way to prevent these shells from being thrown into landfills or burned away. Luckily, there is.


A lot of online stores have been doing the good deed by up-cycling these useless coconut shells into useful Coconut Bowls. We are sooo late to the party, but it’s fine; we’re here and we’re fashionably late.


We’ve also joined the zero-waste bandwagon and decided to salvage these shells; convert them into bowls and bring forth to you to enjoy. 


We are proud to announce our collection of coconut bowls and spoons made from coconut shells and palm wood. Check them out!


Special thanks to our great friends in Thailand and Viet Nam. With their help, we are now able to bring these lovely shells to you.