The Low Tox Project Stainless Steel Cooling Rack

This cooling rack is a kitchen essential, perfect for cooling biscuits and other baked treats.

 

 

 

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Description

The Low Tox Project stainless steel cooling rack is sturdy and fits perfectly in their oven trays for cooling or baking. Crafted from 18/8 stainless steel, featuring a non-toxic surface free of harmful chemicals (PFOAs, PFTEs, Lead, Cadmium).

Features:

  • Oven safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Raised from the cooking surface to allow airflow underneath
  • Non-toxic surface (uncoated stainless steel) free of harmful chemicals (PFOAs, PFTEs, Lead, Cadmium)
  • Material: 18/8 (304) Food Safe Stainless Steel
  • Dimensions: L 40cm x W 30cm x H 2cm – Fits inside our oven trays

Values

Clean

Products are made from stainless steel with a non-toxic surface, free of harmful chemicals such as PFOAs, PFTEs, lead, and cadmium.

Ethical

Designed in Australia and manufactured in China, The Low Tox Project is dedicated to creating items from toxin-free, durable, and recyclable stainless steel. They build strong supplier and customer relationships through transparency, empowering others to embrace healthier and more sustainable lifestyles.

Sustainable

The Low Tox Project is rooted in low tox living principles, prioritising products that are beneficial for both people and the planet. Their offerings consist of non-toxic, durable, and recyclable materials, reflecting their commitment to sustainable and healthy living.

Responsible

The Low Tox Project is committed to providing free education through their immersive private Facebook community, where like-minded individuals can ask questions, seek guidance, and share valuable information, streamlining their journey toward healthier living. Additionally, they offer coaching, workshops, and consulting services to delve deeper into low tox living principles.

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