propaganda video] when he bought some street food and was given a throw-away plastic spoon to eat it with. He wondered how many spoons he used a year . . . how many spoons all India might use in a year and how many bamboo chop-sticks. The answer to the latter question is 120 billion! He wondered whether there might be a biodegradable option that would be kinder to the planet and then he thought there should be an edible utensil, that would biodegrade rather quickly in his tum and Bakeys were born. Not only are plastic spoons undegradable, they are also loaded with noxious chemicals. Whatever might be the standards in Ireland, you'd be a little leery about quality control in an Indian plastic-spoon factory.
- Sweet Bakey with a little added sugar
- Savory Bakey with cumin, rock salt, carom Trachyspermum ammi and black pepper
- Customised with carrot, beetroot, spinach for added colour