Sophie la girafe from Vulli is suitable from birth. The toy stimulates all of a newborn’s senses and soothes their sore gums when new teeth appear. The product is made from 100% natural rubber sourced from hevea trees planted in Malaysia decades ago, and the company sets great importance to sustainable cultivation.
In order to ensure a high degree of product safety, each Sophie la girafe produced from July 2011 onwards carries a batch number on the inside of one of its legs. This allows full traceability in respect of the date of manufacture and specific laboratory analyses. Each number corresponds to a particular batch tested in a recognised laboratory to certify its compliance with European and worldwide standards.
With the bamboo dinosaurs from EverEarth, little explorers aged two and older can embark on a journey of discovery in a land full of adventure and excitement. The play figures are made of FSC®-certified bamboo and have been painted with water-based paints. Movable felt is used for the plates along the back of the Stegosaurus and Triceratops. All of the product packaging is made from recycled material. Product durability is very important to the company in the context of sustainability – it replaces any product that is broken or faulty free of charge.
Towers, houses, geometric shapes and much more can be created with the vibrant cork building blocks in the Form Mix Color set from KORXX. The special surface ensures the blocks do not slip and can be used to build stable structures. The building blocks are made from 100% pressed cork granules produced from renewable wood from sustainable forestry. The company from Germany uses a special manufacturing process to produce a natural cork material that has been shown to be free of harmful substances. The building blocks are durable and recyclable.
Timber Tumble from PlanToys is a game of concentration and skill in which children aged three and older help a beaver to deftly remove logs, thereby getting him safely off his dam. PlanToys uses chips from production processes that are then pressed to create its sustainable wooden toys. Of course, solid wood is also used, in this case rubber trees that can no longer produce latex. Fair working conditions and materials free from harmful substances are a given for PlanToys.