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Get a Zeal for parties

FOR picnics and parties think high quality, bright, glossy melamine.

Available from Zeal in a feast of colours from red, orange and hot pink to green, blue and deep grey, the product range includes everything from plates, bowls and tumblers to cutlery, cups and two-tone trays.

Zeal is the high calibre UK brand that has a passion for design and quality.

In this case the melamine is 100 per cent pure, no nasty additives, fully approved to EEC food safety standards and dishwasher safe.

Every eating situation is catered for – large dinner plates with or without decorated rim; nesting and stacking bowls for nibbles, desserts and salads; trendy Americana cups in small and large sizes; 1.5 litre jugs for soft drinks, water and cordials; salad bowls – with white interior – and matching salad servers; and knives, forks, dessert spoons and teaspoons in the same vibrant hues.

And for those who love the combination of these rich colours with a little white – check out the two-tone deluxe trays (colour on the inside, white on the outer) plus mixing bowls, pouring jugs, cups and stacking mugs that are white on the inside and a burst of colour on the outside (the white interior is stain-proof).

The Zeal range of colourful melamine tableware is available from leading kitchenware stores. Prices range from $2.95 for a serving spoon to $59.95 for a set of six colourful nesting bowls.



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