Hand-Carved Tea Spoon, Kenya

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Hand-carved in Kenya, these spoons provide fair wages for approximately 200 carvers and sanders.

Carving in Kenya is mostly a seasonal job because the demand is driven by tourism, so in the off-season there is a reduced need for workers. But these spoons are made year-round, creating sustainable employment for the carvers.

90% of the price JusTea pays for the spoons goes directly to the artisans, with the remaining 10% going to supplies and transport.

These spoon carvers earn about 2-3 times the minimum wage in Kenya.

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