Asheville, NC (May, 2011) – For kids’ meals on the go, there’s a new environmental solution— Sprout Ware™ petroleum-free, reusable/disposable feeding products from green sprouts®. Sprout Ware™ cutlery, sippy cups, bowls and snack containers are made from environmentally friendly vegetable starch and are dishwasher safe for up to 10 or more washings; hand washing will retain the color of the products even further.
Children’s Eating Tools Made From Bio-based Plastic
What could be better than having a baby? How about having twins, triplets, or more! While there’s no doubt that bundles of joy multiply the blessings, there may be some concern that the bundles will make for fumbles when it comes to feedings, diaper changes, and getting out of the house. Parents of multiples often have more needs than wants and rely on high-quality, durable products that can get tasks done in double time without double trouble. When it comes to innovative products made for multiples, parents can count on Double Blessings, Podee, Tommi Guard, and Bumkins.
Thank you so much for voting for Itzy Ritzy in the Baby and Children’s Product News 2011. Reader’s Favorites Awards! We were stopped in our stilettos to see the awards come rolling in. Itzy Ritzy out-wins all other brands with a total of 6 awards! Wow! Thank you retail partners, for making us feel so special!
Itzy Ritzy Wins 6 Awards
Thank you so much for voting for Itzy Ritzy in the
Baby and Children’s Product News 2011
Satsuma, founded in 2007 by Jennifer Porter, is an eco-conscious baby apparel, soft goods and accessories that offers parents natural, healthy alternatives in everyday baby wear and bedding. The word “Satsuma” refers to a tangerine-like fruit available in Asia. The name fits the company well. It’s fresh, exotic, natural and just plain sweet! Jennifer was motivated to create the Satsuma brand because she realized that more and more parents wanted to outfit their babies in stylish, trendy gear, but also wanted to know exactly where those products came from and what went into the manufacturing process.
Traditionally in the children’s market, “Holiday” denotes an avalanche of must-have toys, as well as fancy dresses and festive sweaters emphasizing velvet shades of red and green for family portraits. In years past, buyers were expected to wrap up their holiday orders for fourth-quarter delivery by July. Now, with more stores placing orders closer to season, and retailers looking for every opportunity to entice customers to buy, Holiday has become a multi-month sales opportunity.
At Satsuma Designs we love babies! And we believe that holiday gift giving is the perfect way to celebrate baby this season and throughout the year. That means creating cozy, all natural and beautiful gifts that are useful, durable and affordable.
This is your chance to carry a product that makes a difference. Dandelion - Earth Friendly Goods. Dandelion …EVERYTHING eco-ssential for baby: organic rattles, teethers, developmental and plush toys; organic bags; even toddler feeding products made from corn!
This is an awesome video of a dandelion. From flower to seeds of change. http://ow.ly/4OeyX
From hunter-gatherer days to modern times, humans have had a need to carry things. We’ve stowed items in cured animal stomachs sewn into crude bags, balanced goods on our heads, and toted our tiny children in blanket-based sacks attached to backboards. Thank goodness for the evolution of today’s durable and lightweight backpack –– a stand-up invention for beings who walk on two legs! For versatility and creativity, The Giggle Guide® recommends packing backpacks from these brands in your store: Madpax, Lässig, Crocodile Creek, and Skip Hop.
A pop-art sculptor. An entrepreneur. A chemist. A pediatrician. Meet the Monahans: the intelligent family behind DANO2. The idea for DANO2 came after Daniel and Chelsea Monahan’s daughter, Bella, was born. She began teething in 2007, when news of lead, phthalates, and BPA in children’s products was making the headlines. These toxic chemicals were found to be prevalent in the paints and plastic of those same products little teething Bella had taken to enjoy chewing on. Chelsea encouraged Daniel to protect his daughter and countless other infants by creating safe toys — and so he did.