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World Earth Day: Children talk plastic pollution in Zapf Creation video marking World Earth Day

Zapf Creation is marking World Earth Day – the annual event through which the world demonstrates its commitment to environmental protection – with the release of a special video reel, highlighting children’s understanding of the impact of single-use plastics on the planet. The team behind the UK’s popular Nurturing Doll …

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Greener pastimes: ToyNews’ guide to the latest in sustainable toys

With greater consumer awareness surrounding the topic translating to fresh demand at retail, coupled with a retail landscape more conscious of the social and environmental impact of the products it lines its shelves with than ever before, the market for sustainable toys is an ever-increasing one – both in size …

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Dolls specialist Zapf Creation commits to plastic-free packaging with 2021 sustainable roll-out

Zapf Creation – the name behind the hit doll brands Baby Annabell and Baby Born – is waving goodbye to the traditional transparent plastic window boxes in an overhaul of its product packaging and response to the growing demand for plastic-free packaging in the toy market. In its commitment to …

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Doll sector trends ‘will play key roles in 2021 and beyond,’ says Zapf Creation UK

Reverberations of what has been a pivotal year for toy companies the world over will continue to be felt for years to come as ‘play at home’ trends and renewed emphasis on ‘play longevity’ have been earmarked as some of the lasting effects of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the …

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Home Help: How the pandemic has seen toy companies transition into support networks for families

Demand for toy brands to act beyond their products and offer supporting services to parents and families is tipped to continue into 2021 and beyond, as companies across the industry continue to transition into resources and networks for their audiences. The evolution of the traditional toy company has become part …

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