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Gro Company  Hall 11, Plain 1, Aisle A, Stand: 007


The award-winning Gro Company will be showcasing stunning new and core range SS14 products at this year’s Kind Und Jugend Show in Cologne. Christian Jones, Managing


Director of The Gro Company, who will be present at the Show, commented: “We are especially delighted to return to this vital industry event in September. In March of this year The Gro Company underwent an MBO and one of the key organisational priorities has been expansion of both product range and also scope in terms of geographic reach. “We are about to open a new office in Australia


based on our proven track record and have also announcements in relation to Asia and the USA to discuss with our industry and media partners attending the show. It is an extremely buoyant and vital time for the nursery industry, particularly


post-Royal Baby interest. Let’s embrace the spotlight and continue to deliver over and above the norm,” he added. New items include the launch of a joint venture


with kindred British brand, Anorak. Grobags are in three bold designs: Trundling Tractors, Rolling Hills and Kissing Hedgehogs Bringing the joy of the great British outdoors into


the nursery, these exclusive designs will retail for £33.00-£38.00 (38.00-44.00 euro)The Gro Company is also launching new OPP and MPP Grobag designs in Candy Cloud, Ziggy Pop and Sherbet Fizz, as well as Spotty Bear, Bunny & Brolly, and Le Chien Chic. Every Gro Company Grobag features:-


-100% cotton outer -100% super–soft jersey cotton lining -3 core sizes 0-6 months, 6-18 months and 18-36 months RRP £26.00-£35.00 (35.00-40.00 euro) New Gro-Swaddle designs also complement the Grobag designs in


Little Stars, Le Chien Chic and Butterfly as well as traditional White. Core range products available to view on the stand include Gro-


Egg (and Shells) in Mikey Monkey, Orla the Owl and Percy Penguin as well as the internationally acclaimed Gro-Clock (and Faces). Every parent’s best birthday or Christmas present, the lauded Gro-


Clock, also features within The Gro Company’s showcase core range, as well as the Gro-Clock Face in Aliens design. Key features incorporated in the Gro-Clock are:- -A glowing screen shows images of stars and sun to communicate


‘sleep’ and ‘wake-up’ time -A fun bedtime story book and key-lock option -The option to set two separate wake-up times (weekday/weekend


or night-time/day-time nap) -Suitable from age 2+ years Gro-Suit Twin Packs in larger sizes will also be showcased for the


first time, based on extensive consumer demand, in the following subtle designs: Penguin Pop, Fluffy Clouds and Hetty. All Gro-Suits have the following features:- -100% super–soft jersey cotton -Quilted sleeve with quick–dry polyester filling -Contrasting trim on collar and cuffs -Larger sizes for the first time (12-18 months) RRP ranges from- £14.99-£17.99 (17.50-21.00 euro)


Tel: 0844 557 2960 Email: hello@gro.co.uk Web: www.gro.co.uk


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Lindam/ Munchkin  Hall 11.2, Stand: E050 F059


Their presence at Kind & Jungend this year is bigger than ever with over 80 new and refreshed products in both existing and new categories across both Munchkin and Lindam portfolios. Matthew Wilson, Marketing Director comments: “There is some incredible innovation taking place in our cups and feeding portfolios and some great additions to our strategic Disney Baby partnership which will really put some spring into sales for 2014. “Additionally we have not taken our eye off our heartland of safety with a world innovation in pressure fit


gates that really raises the bar in safety for mum and some great refreshes that just amplifies our position as No 1 brand in child safety ; as well as an initiative that will really affirm the confidence we have in the quality of our safety gate line.” Munchkin and Lindam have been continually innovating for over 25 years and are also set to reveal a new


strategic launch for the business at Cologne that all customers and mums world-wide will want to latch onto. If you have one stand to visit – check Munchkin and Lindam out – you won’t be disappointed!


Tel: 01937 860770 Email: sales@lindam.com Web: www.lindam.com


Natural Mat  Hall 11.1, Stand: C050


Naturalmat is one of the leading UK natural mattress makers for children. Their handcrafted mattresses are made from organic and sustainable materials. They do not use any synthetics or chemicals and can make all sizes. Newborns are unable to regulate their own temperature. When


babies overheat they perspire and then wake as their temperature drops, resulting in a broken night’s sleep. The natural and breathable fibres within Naturalmat mattresses prevent this from happening as they contain renewable, supportive and breathable materials such as organic lambswool and organic coir. Naturalmat mattresses are also anti-bed bug and hypoallergenic. All Naturalmat packaging is recyclable. Their cartons are made from a mixture of recycled and renewable


paper resources from FSC managed forests and our inner liner is made from potato starch which is 100% compostable! Finally Naturalmat was the first company to comply with US, British and European Fire Regulations


without using any chemical additives or fire retardants. By having your child sleep on a Naturalmat mattress parents really are doing the very best for their


children and the world they live in. Tel: 020 7985 0474 Web: www.naturalmat.co.uk


HABERMAN  Hall 11.2, Stand: D38


Haberman is launching its new premium range of hospital-endorsed nurture and breastfeeding products at Kind + Jugend, Cologne’s trade show for kid’s first years. The range has been developed to support breastfeeding and a baby’s natural feeding technique, in close collaboration with Haberman’s European partners at Canpol, medical practitioners, feeding experts, product designers and engineers, and parents. Central to the range is the Haberman Suckle Feeder, an innovative baby bottle that feeds from a closed


teat, responding to the natural suckling action of a baby. It works when nursing in an upright position (as recommended by health professionals) and features a teat valve, which shuts between each suckle cycle, so a baby can relax and breathe while feeding, without getting swamped. The Suckle Feeder is designed to keep the air in the bottle, even bubbles and froth that


are formed when milk is shaken. Commenting, Paul Bottomley, Managing Director of Haberman said: “We have focused


our new Suckle Feeder on what is best for baby and we are very excited with this innovative product. Breast suckling engages over 40 individual muscles. For a baby this means better weight control, better speech development, and, consequently, fewer problems such as colic, which is why we have focused on not teaching babies a new way to feed. User trials, now underway in Europe and the UK, are looking very positive.”


Tel: 07860 500045 Email: peter.bolwell@habermanproducts.com Web: www.habermanproducts.com


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