Green Gift Idea: Eco-Friendly Toys Made From Recycled Milk Jugs

Dr. Toy Green Toy Company AwardNeed a green gift for kids?

Looking for safe, eco-friendly toys?

Toys made from 100% recycled materials?

Toys that are free from BPA and phthalates?

Made in the USA?

Toys made by the winner of the Dr. Toy Green Toy Company Award?

Look no further.

The Green Toy Company, winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award, makes a line of recycled-content, BPA and phthalate-free toys that are fun, environmentally friendly, and packaged in recycled-cardboard boxes.

Cookware and Dining setAvailable from Green Toys:

  • Tea set with 17 pieces (teapot, sugarbowl, creamer, cups, saucers and teaspoons)
  • Cookware and Dining set (27 pieces)
  • Play set for the sandbox (4 pieces)
  • Indoor Gardening Set, including a planter tray, pots, soil, trowel, and organic seeds

My 3 year old daughter kept me in our local toy store for over an hour while she fed all of the dolls with the Green Toys’ Cookware set. I almost had to drag her out of there. Now I know what she’s getting for the holidays…

Support a green toy company.

Make Green Toys your gift choice for eco kids!

Comments

  1. This is agreat range of products. As a family we get through load of plastic milk bottles (and send them to be recycled) but these are great in designs and well packaged

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