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Dixie Medium Weight Polystyrene Cutlery, Individually Wrapped

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5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

Price: $36.20 - $54.82
Product Specifications
Brand Name Georgia-Pacific
UNSPSC Code 52151704

The Dixie disposable black heavyweight teaspoon, is made of polystyrene for... See more product details


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Product Features

  • Disposable plastic teaspoon for use with many dense foods such as hard-frozen ice cream, yogurts, and desserts, and other dishes
  • Made of polystyrene for rigidity and durability
  • Wrapped in clear plastic film for sanitation
  • Black plastic teaspoon coordinates with other black utensils and many tableware designs and decorations

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  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B0171GIWYG
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

Product Description

The Dixie disposable black heavyweight teaspoon, is made of polystyrene for rigidity and durability, comes wrapped in plastic film for sanitation, and is suitable for use with many dense foods such as hard-frozen ice cream, yogurts, and desserts, and other dishes. The black plastic teaspoon coordinates with other black utensils and many tableware designs and decorations.

Dixie brand products, manufactured by Georgia-Pacific, include cups, cutlery, dinnerware, food wrapping, and storage containers for use in homes and the food service industry. Georgia-Pacific, founded in 1927, is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.

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Style Name: Fork
I enjoy reviewing things for Amazon. It's a little bit of a hobby that got started about nine years ago. I began with CDs, DVDs and a few non-fiction books. Now, however, Amazon has become the world's largest store and sells an amazing array of products, so I review anything I'm using and that Amazon is selling. Take this plastic fork, for example. It comes with prepared salads sold by the Fresh and Easy Neighborhood Markets and I buy them for my evening meals every now and then. Well, what can I say? It's a plastic fork. it comes in a cellophane wrapper. It works fine for it's intended purpose. I have no need for a better one. Well, there are a lot of brands of white plastic forks. So how do I know mine is the Dixie model illustrated here? Well, it's exactly 6.3-inches long and it has the same distinctively-shaped handle. It would work well for a wide variety of public events and they're cheap when bought in a large lot. Enjoy.

Gary Peterson
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Style Name: Teaspoon Verified Purchase
Exceptional Plastic Spoons, very nicely wraped. The edges of the spoons are nice and smooth. These would be great for Party's, public functions and any type of gathering where utencils need to be kept clean.
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