Tag Archives: eco-friendly

Micro launches new ECO range of children’s scooters made from recycled fishing nets

The international toy company Micro Mobility and its Micro Kickboard business has sourced materials from the maritime industry for the launch of its latest range of children’s scooters constructed from recycled fishing nets. Headquartered in Switzerland, Micro Mobility has launched several pro-environmental projects since setting up business in 1999 to …

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Keel Eco “puts us at the vanguard of change for the industry” and opens doors to the nursery market

It was 15 years ago that the toy industry veteran Steve Cox, was a part of a team that made the first efforts to launch a sustainable range of plush toys to the children’s market.  As is the risk taken by all pioneers of their time, this particular mission didn’t …

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Slime of the times: Why 2020 has been the year for Zimpli Kids to make its biggest changes

By its own admission, this time last year Zimpli Kids was a company left feeling unfulfilled. It’s an odd thing to say about a firm who at the time was sitting with some of its best sales figures to date under its hat, while it’s hard to imagine that, for …

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Inside Out Toys brings ReCycleMe arts and crafts products into its sustainable-focused portfolio

The family owned and run small business, Inside Out Toys has underlined its dedication to the sustainable toys market with the introduction of ReCycleMe branded arts and crafts ranges to its toys and games portfolio. It marks the first time the company has entered the arts and crafts market. “Fun2Give …

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TOMY takes sustainable approach to unboxing trend with Britains’ Farm in a Box

TOMY is taking a sustainable approach to the current trend for toy unboxing through the latest launch from its Britains brand, Farm in a Box, marking the arrival of a new line the sees the packaging become part of the total play experience. Toys in the Farm in a Box …

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Paper scissors, rock! Paper Engine talks its Build Your Own toy range success and the ongoing eco-movement

For 20 years, Keith Finch has been somewhat of a hero of the pop-up book scene. An origami entrepreneur, Finch has headed up his Paper Engine business since 2012, over which time he has designed and developed some of the most intricately striking imagery across the marketing and book publishing …

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Amazon launches Climate Pledge Friendly label to encourage sellers to create sustainable products

The online giant, Amazon, has launched a new Climate Pledge Friendly label in a move that aims to encourage its sellers to create sustainable products. The initiative has been dubbed as a major step forward in the campaign for better sustainability steps at retail. According to a report from Charged, …

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LEGO to invest $400m over next three years in its sustainability and social responsibility drive

The LEGO Group is to invest up to $400 million over the next three years in its sustainability and social responsibility initiatives, covering both long-term investments and ongoing costs that includes its ambition to make all of its packaging sustainable by the end of 2025. The company has made a …

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Zimpli Kids details international distribution plans for its eco-friendly and educational ranges

Zimpli Kids has detailed its plans for the international distribution of its full eco-friendly and educational ranges of products. Over the past couple of years, the firm has been developing ranges specifically for the educational sector, to encourage the use of their products for multi-sensory play in educational environments. Due …

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John Lewis focuses on sustainability and wellbeing in Top Ten Toys for Christmas 2020

John Lewis & Partners is backing the sustainability movement this festive season with the unveiling of its own Top Ten Toys for Christmas, that this year witnesses the embrace of eco-friendly toys, those themed around climate change, and a range of interactive learning products. “This year is driven by the …

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