Rice Tea Towel – Believe in Red Lipstick
Practical, durable and colorful Rice kitchen products.
Danish brand Rice will bring the right color palette to your home. This colorful and funky Rice Tea Towel – Believe in Red Lipstick will be a great inspiration for your next cooking or baking adventure. It’s made out of 100% cotton and it’s great for any type of cooking and cleaning in the kitchen, by the BBQ outside, or maybe for a baking session with the kids. The tea towel is practical, usable, and fun to look at at the same time. Check other Rice products here.
About Rice by Rice
Rice is a Danish brand whose dream is to create products that add that “extra something” to the ordinary. Color your day with colors and products that are extra functional and useful in everyday life. Their collections include products for the home, accessories for the kitchen, outdoor activities, and for the youngest. The possibilities are endless!
All their activities are undertaken with the greatest amount of love and responsibility. They believe in a better tomorrow and want to do business with the greatest degree of responsibility. They believe that environmental responsibility is written in their DNA, so they want to be part of the change and inspire others to be better and to do better for everyone.
They want to create products that are sustainable, so in their production, they use the best materials that ensure long-term durability. Melamine products have been a constant in their offer since the beginning. Rice meets the requirements of the SA8000 standard and is part of the Global Compact for responsible business. Rice melamine products are DVFA approved and tested for food safety. Bisphenol A (BPA) and phthalates are not used in the production of their products, so they are completely safe to use and are made of the highest quality melamine.
All their products are produced in a healthy working environment, in accordance with practices that support human rights.
The Rice company was founded in 1998, and they are successfully expanding their mission of “wrapping the world in color” even today. You can read more information about Rice here.