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Eating & Drinking 1


KEEPS FOOD WARM


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Scoop Dish


1 Keep Warm Dish


£12.79 ONLY


Open the port and fill the chamber with hot water to keep your food much hotter for longer. Lid also helps retain heat. Raised edge creates a scoop dish – ideal for one handed eating or to avoid spillage. Two handles for carrying. Dishwasher safe. Not microwaveable. Diameter


8”. Height 2½”. Filling spout 1”. Code


M24289 3


Price £12.79 4


DEEP RIM


CURVED INNER LIP 2 Steelite Deep Rim Plate


Steelite Crockery has exceptional durability. Microwave and dishwasher safe, the clever curved inner lip design can assist one-handed eating and the shaped rim


makes it easy to hold and carry. Available in two sizes. Code


Size


F19510 Medium F19509 Large


Diameter 8½”


10¼”


(Exc. VAT) £11.24 £15.83


Price


£13.49 £18.99


£3.99 ONLY HIGH RIM 3 Plate Surround


Helps push food on to a spoon or fork when eating. Promotes independence and prevents food spillage onto table. Clips on easily to plates between 9-11”. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Cutlery sold separately.


Diameter 9½”. Depth ¾”. Code


G31085 5 5 ortioned Plate


H lps to portion meals making it easy to scoop food each divided section. Suitable for adults and hil ren. Dishwasher safe melamine. Diameter 10”.


Height 1”. d


M 122 42 Helpful, Informative Customer Service Price £22.99


(Exc. VAT) £3 33


Price £ 99 4 Plate Vital


An alternative to a plate surround and ideal for one- handed use, this plate has a high rim and inclined base to make it easier to push food onto a fork or spoon. Non-slip base. Dishwasher safe melamine.


Scratch resistant. Stackable. Diameter 10”. Height 1¾”. Code


M 7110


(Exc. VAT) £24.99


Price £29.99


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