These spoons shaped for eating specific snacks by Dutch designer Ineke Hans have to be popped out of a plastic frame before use.
The set includes a tiny spoon for sampling spicey sauces, a pointy fork for retrieving gerkins from the jar and a perforated scoop to fish for olives.
The plastic cutlery is packed like a model kit, so the user has to break each spoon out of their frame. Each spoon has a small indent, which allows it to balance on the rim of a jar.
Hans has also created a bowl to hold washed berries. The Fresh Berry Bowl comes with a perforated bottom to allow the wet fruit to drain and a matching saucer for catching excess water.
Dried food can also be stored in the bowl by using the saucer as a lid.
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