Member's Mark Round Toothpicks (4 boxes, 800 ct. each)
About this item
- Consistent size and shape for all toothpicks
- Great for food service and catering industries
- Solid wood, flavorless toothpicks
- Great for at home with plenty of practical uses
- Wooden round toothpicks great for eating appetizers
Member's Mark Round Toothpicks (4 boxes, 800 ct. each) are plain wooden toothpicks that get the job done. They make a great addition for any restaurant or catered event. The guests will greatly appreciate the convenience offered by these convenient wood toothpicks.
Are The Toothpicks Flavored?
No, these toothpicks are not flavored and are also less likely to splinter. Any of the best wooden toothpicks can be used without the user fearing any type of splintering or breaking.
Great For Your Guests
Set the toothpicks out after a meal or by the hostess podium so guests can get rid of any pesky food that's stuck between their teeth. Use these wooden toothpicks at catering events for guests to spear bite-sized appetizers for easy, silverware-free dining. Keep the restaurant's bar stocked with toothpicks to use for olives, cherries and more and to put into cocktails. Toothpicks always provide a much appreciated addition for any guest's dining or catered meal experience.
Are They Useful At Home?
If you like to bake at home, consider using Member's Mark Round Toothpicks to check the readiness of your delicious dessert. Simply insert the wooden toothpick into your baked item then remove it to see if any of the baked contents stick to the toothpick. If the toothpick is covered in chocolate or other baked ingredients, then you'll know your dessert still needs more time in the oven.
Member's Mark Round Toothpicks can be used for a variety of household tasks. For example, you can use toothpicks to add touch up paint to furniture and woodwork. The pointy tips of the round toothpicks allows them to have the precision you need when touching up small scratches on your furniture. Also, use your round toothpicks clean keyboards, brushes or even under your nails after working hard in the backyard garden.