These salad servers are hand hewn from suar wood by small artisan co-ops in Indonesia. The wooden heirloom utensils are built to last a lifetime.
10" x 2.5"
Ten Thousand Villages is a pioneer of the fair trade movement. It is a non profit that began in the 1940’s and has grown into a network of stores throughout the United States. They work to provide economic opportunities for artisans in development countries which in turn alleviate poverty and hardship. These salad servers are made in Indonesia providing artisans in Bali with economic support, gender equality, and deforestation initiatives at the Mitra Bali cooperative.