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ECO-FRIENDLY PRODUCTS


My First Blocks


by Green Toys When a young child is


playing with a toy, you can guarantee it will eventually end up in their mouth. These blocks contain no BPA and are made from 100% post-consumer milk jugs. Designed for children as young as 6 months.


SRP $27.99 • www.greentoys.com


New Lunch Bag by Kipling The days of carrying


around a brown paper bag for lunch are over thanks to Kipling’s line of stylish lunch bags. These bags come in six different colors and have an adjustable shoulder strap. They are the perfect accessory to any outfit. SRP $49.00 • www.kipling-usa.com


Moso Bag by Moso Natural The fragrance-free Moso Bag


works naturally to reduce odors, bacteria, pollutants, and allergens. It helps prevent mold, mildew and excess moisture. The Moso Bag lasts up to two years but after that, it’s still not done working. The bamboo charcoal in the bags can be spread over your plants and garden to help them grow bigger & stronger.


SRP $9.95-$22.95 • www.MosoNatural.com


Panda Teether by Hevea Winner of the Parent Tested Parent


Approved Award in 2011, the Panda Teether is made of 100% natural rubber. The gentle textured surface is perfect for irritated gums. Even the packaging is eco- friendly, made from recycled and biodegradable materials. SRP $13.50. www.heveababyusa.com


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Organic Jersey Sheets by Kushies Kushies are 100% certified organic


and affordable. The sheets, come in several colors. They are available in playpen, bassinet, and crib size. SRP $12.99-$25.49. www.kushiesonline.com


Produce Magic


by Vermont Soap Organics Make sure your fruits and vegetables are


free of pesticides and other harmful chemicals with this organic fruits and veggie wash. Made up of all natural ingredients, Produce Magic can be applied directly to your produce and rinsed away. SRP $7.98 for 16 oz. bottle. www.vermontsoap.com


Mars, Jimmy and Me


by Barrett K. Hays, M.D. Teach children about the


importance of protecting the environment with this imaginative children’s book. Jimmy and his family are forced to move to Mars after the condition on Earth becomes unlivable, but a new environmental challenge may disrupt their new home. SRP $11.32


Hannah and the


Talking Tree by Elke Weiss A new environmental children’s


book for ages 3-7. Hannah is a young girl who is ridiculed due to her large ears. However, her large ears give her a special power; she is able to hear the nature around her. SRP $16.95


Stainless Steel Bottles


by Pura Kiki Pura Kiki is the only


100% plastic-free bottle on the market. These durable stainless steel bottles grow with your child– turning from a bottle to a sippy cup. They come in an array of colors and sizes.


SRP $13.99-$15.99 • www.purastainless.com


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