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Cutlery Designed To Grab Hard-To-Reach Snacks [Pics]

Cutlery Designed To Grab Hard-To-Reach Snacks [Pics]
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Special Spoons by Ineke Hans help users sample sauces, stab pickles or scoop olives out of jars.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 1 november 2013

Special Spoons by Dutch designer Ineke Hans is a set of spoons that are designed for eating specific kinds of snacks.

The spoons are packaged like a model kit and have to be popped out of a plastic frame before they can be used. Instead of having the traditional spoon design, the ends of the spoons vary in form to help users scoop or stab small-sized food out of jars.

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The Special Spoons set includes a tiny spoon to sample sauces, a spoon with a pointed end to stab food with, a scoop with holes to fish food out of their sauces, a spoon for getting types of spread, and a spoon for scooping out jams and similar foods.

The spoons have a small indentation on their handles to allow them to balance against the rim of jars.

The set was created for Danish brand Royal VKB.

Ineke Hans

 

 

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