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Are John Crane’s Branching Out Toys Green and Ethically Produced?

Friday, November 6th, 2009

It’s always good to get positive feedback on the Great Green Toys website and answer any questions from would be customers about our children’s toys. We had a lovely email today from Christine saying:

“Hi, I am interested in the Petite Cuisine. Can you let me know where it was manufactured and whether it was sweatshop-free? […]

Eco Friendly Parenting

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

Article by Bridgette Barrett
Though they may be small, babies and children cost their parents a vast amount of money – on average, over £180,000 on each child until the age of 18. About £1,500 is spent before a child is born, with companies specifically targeting parents-to-be. However, many of the products aimed […]

Eco-Friendly Baby Toys

Friday, October 31st, 2008

Make a statement by giving your children Fair Trade toys

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Fairtrade is something that most people are now familiar with and this is reflected in the 55% increase in sales of fair trade products over the last year. Many of us make a conscious effort in our food shopping to buy fair trade products – particularly coffee, tea and chocolate – in the […]

Environmentally Unfriendly Toys for Teenagers

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008

We sell some brilliant ‘green’ toys for pre-schoolers at Great Green Toys but we’re wondering just how eco-friendly the toys our teenagers are playing with, are in 2008. Are the toys for big kids getting greener? Well, it seems not, as Greenpeace has said this month that Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are not doing enough […]

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