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Orange Tree unveils budget eco push-along range

FSC-approved toys retail at just over £10 each; firm to add new characters next year.
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Orange Tree Toys has revealed details of a new eco-friendly value range of push-along products.

The eight toys in the line – including a monkey, lion, mouse and more – retail at just over £10 each. They are also approved by the Forest Stewardship Council.

A statement read: “Orange Tree Toys have created a totally eco friendly toy, which not only satisfies the demands of being bold, bright and stimulating for the child but ticks all the boxes for the environmentally-conscious parents.

“The addition of this new range of FSC push-alongs is a significant achievement for the family-run business. Since the conception of the company in 2000, Orange Tree Toys has grown steadily since the early days and now operates out of a modern Warehouse Distribution Centre based in Cheltenham. 

“All the range of toys are still designed by the company’s founding director, Anuja Wilson, and maintains the same amazing attention to colour, detail and with the child-development still at the forefront of the designs.”

Orange Tree is also expanding its line of toy soldiers this year, including a music box and a soldier push-along product. 

The company says it is looking to add more characters in its push-along range next year.

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