Wooden coffee scoop


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Long handle wooden coffee scoop, crafted from natural wood, so this wooden coffee scoop is perfect for measuring ground coffee. This cute wooden scoop is made with untreated natural wood, therefore both eco friendly and beautiful!

A fantastic, traditional wooden coffee scoop! Therefore a perfect plastic free alternative, made with sustainable natural wood.

Designed to scoop coffee but also a variety of other dried ingredients such as herbs, spices, sugar and even loose tea! An eco kitchen essential for guilt free coffee making. So it can be used to scoop pretty much anything!

So easy coffee making, every time! If you can’t live without your coffee, this traditional looking scoop will be a great addition to your coffee jar. So simply leave it in there, ready to be used every time you need your shot of caffeine!


Plastic free



Chemical free

Traditional artisan, crafted with boxwood from Jura, France. A region so reputed for its wonderful wood craft.

Length: 16cm

About us

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Additional information

Weight 0.02 kg


Made in Jura, France, with boxwood. Traditionally crafted.


Ecodis was founded in 2000 in Brittany, France, employing 40+ people and specialising in designing and distributing eco products under several trademarks, including La Droguerie Ecologique and Anae, both available at OneStep. Ecodis are fully committed to using raw materials that are eco-friendly and wherever possible, sourced locally in France or Western Europe for a limited impact on the environment. Around half a percent of Ecodis turnover is allocated each year to projects supporting people in distress in France or to solidarity based and ecological projects abroad.


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