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Coop & Co - Suction Plate & Cutlery

Specially designed to minimise mealtime mess and help to promote self-feeding, these plates have a strong suction and will stick to most surfaces. The matching cutlery sets help give your baby independence while feeding. The divided sections are the perfect addition for picky bubs who don’t like their food touching. Use these all the way from purees to toddler snacks.


  • High Quality 100% Food-Grade Silicone
  • Free from BPA, Phthalates, Lead and PVC (no nasties here!)
  • Top-Rack Dishwasher Safe
  • Microwave, Oven (up to 200c) and Freezer Safe 
  • Bacteria & Odour Resistant
  • Allergy Friendly
  • Water Repellent + Fast Drying
  • Travel Friendly 


All of our silicone dinnerware, toys + teethers can be rinsed or washed by hand with warm soapy water and left to air dry. 

Our silicone & wheatstraw dinnerware products are all microwave, dishwasher, fridge & freezer safe.

If using the dishwasher, we recommend to use the top-rack only to protect the longevity of your products.

Bowl & Plate Suction
Our suction bowls & plates will suction very well to clean & dry sealed surfaces. Ideal surfaces for suction are - your plastic high chair tray (i.e Ikea, Kmart, Target), glass table top, laminate bench tops, a smooth stone bench top and some sealed, smooth wooden surfaces (not all wood can be guaranteed). Products will not suction to uneven or grainy surfaces. We do not recommend for the Stokke Tripp Trapp High Chair as it is unsuitable for suction products.

To engage suction
Make sure that your plate/bowl is properly pressed down on the surface to ensure the air pockets have been removed from underneath (to do this, press firmly from the centre of the plate or bowl to the outer edges). If food is already in the bowl, you can do this by pressing down in the centre of the bowl with your babies spoon and begin pressing outwards. 

The bowls & plates will have difficulty suctioning to surfaces that have a soapy film/residue or cuts/scratches on the surface. If you hand wash your bowl/plates, ensure that you have rinsed thoroughly under warm water to remove any leftover soap residue.