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A MONSTER IDEA FOR THE KIDS FROM ARTIS


if you are in casual dining, then junior guests may well be an important part of your business. so, here’s a really good idea from Artis to put a smile on their faces – specialist children’s cutlery with a ‘monster’ theme. it is designed to brighten your tabletop and help little ones make light work of pasta, salad, chips, fish fingers and jelly with ice cream.


THE CUTLERY CREW


The Cutlery Crew range of three – knife, fork and spoon – affectionately known as


Chopper, Masher and Basher, features in the new 2017 Artis catalogue. Each piece is differently coloured and designed with a different fun ‘monster’ face. There’s a Purple Monster knife (Chopper), an Orange Monster fork (Masher) and a Green Monster Spoon (Basher). Each piece measures 16cm, just the right size for little hands, and is made from stainless steel with a polyester handle. The cutlery has antimicrobial


protection and is guaranteed BPA free.


Each piece may be purchased separately in packs of 12 with a list price of £2.31 each for either knife, fork or spoon.


These fun sets are to be found in the fully illustrated 2017 Artis catalogue, together with a huge range of over 20 other different styles of cutlery for adults.


For your own personal copy, call: 020 8391 5544


Alternatively, it is available to download online at:


www.artis-uk.com/downloads


44 JUNE 2017


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