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Target has 16-Piece The First Years Take & Toss Kids' Flatware for $1.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks TattyBear

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  • Durable enough to use over and over, yet affordable enough to treat as disposables
  • Fork's rounded tines and spoon-like shape encourage self-feeding success
  • Spoon's wide, deep bowl aids in scooping. Age- 9 months and up
  • Textured handles with finger grooves accommodate toddlers' fist-like grip
  • Dishwasher and microwave safe; BPA Free
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Don't toss these in the garbage, they are actually recyclable.
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Maybe you should read more than the title, but hey then you wouldn't appear to be as woke. Under the name it says "use again and again" on the packaging.
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Presumably because of the "toss" aspect of the thing. Plus it's plastic.
They do wash well and hold up if that makes anyone feel better. Also we have to fight corporate greed as readily as we fight one another.
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Good for lazy people who hate the environment. (Bring on the downvotes)
Why are these bad for the environment..?
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Why are these bad for the environment..?
Presumably because of the "toss" aspect of the thing. Plus it's plastic.
They do wash well and hold up if that makes anyone feel better. Also we have to fight corporate greed as readily as we fight one another.
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I've had a set for over a year, used and washed multiple times, and they're still good. Also have the cups and containers - they've all held up well.
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Good for lazy people who hate the environment. (Bring on the downvotes)
Maybe you should read more than the title, but hey then you wouldn't appear to be as woke. Under the name it says "use again and again" on the packaging.
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Don't toss these in the garbage, they are actually recyclable.
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Why would anyone feed their kids plastics?
Well, anything can be made delicious and healthy when sauteed with some ginger and garlic...
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Presumably because of the "toss" aspect of the thing. Plus it's plastic.
They do wash well and hold up if that makes anyone feel better. Also we have to fight corporate greed as readily as we fight one another.
People are misinterpreting the "Toss" in the name of the product. It isn't for one time use. It says right on the packaging and description that it is for "use again and again". The "Toss" seems to imply that it can be thrown around by a baby or toddler and not break.

If only people actually looked at the product before commenting against it.

Plastic isn't there best for the environment, but it isn't inherently bad. Plastic gets a bad rap because of the one use and throw it out nature for the take-out utensils and cups.
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People are misinterpreting the "Toss" in the name of the product. It isn't for one time use. It says right on the packaging and description that it is for "use again and again". The "Toss" seems to imply that it can be thrown around by a baby or toddler and not break.

If only people actually looked at the product before commenting against it.

Plastic isn't there best for the environment, but it isn't inherently bad. Plastic gets a bad rap because of the one use and throw it out nature for the take-out utensils and cups.
I don't have any dining utensils, metal or plastic, that would break if thrown around by a baby. In my opinion the word "toss" is intended to imply that it's okay to discard them after use, even if the packaging says to use again and again.

That being said, I use a bunch of these when my younguns were younger and they are plenty durable.
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People are misinterpreting the "Toss" in the name of the product. It isn't for one time use. It says right on the packaging and description that it is for "use again and again". The "Toss" seems to imply that it can be thrown around by a baby or toddler and not break.

If only people actually looked at the product before commenting against it.

Plastic isn't there best for the environment, but it isn't inherently bad. Plastic gets a bad rap because of the one use and throw it out nature for the take-out utensils and cups.
Wellllll... I think that's giving the product a little more credit than is due. The toss part is definitely meant to imply that they are inexpensive and thus can be lost/tossed without worry. Since my kids lose *both* expensive and cheap things I def I get it.
When the kids are little you have to do what you have to do. It doesn't last long.
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Also, as a follow up to my last comment, any plastic spoon, fork, or knife can be reused. I think the "use again and again" verbage was added to try to prevent the sort of controversy that we are seeing here.
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For a second I thought it was a slinky from the thumbnail.
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