Here at Momtrends, we've discovered great new dinnerware for kids, perfect for Earth Month!
The Re-Play Kids Dinnerware, from Re-Think It, Inc., is made from recycled milk jugs and free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
Re-Play products are made from curbside-collected HPDE plastic. The recycled plastic is sanitized using an FDA-approved wash line that cleans the plastic and removes anything that was absorbed by the plastic. The resulting product is FDA-approved food grade material. The outer packaging is recycled as well, made from paperboard, and featuring environmental facts, that my oldest has been sharing with everyone, given the chance.
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Re-Play is manufactured, sourced and packaged in the US, with the packaging being done by the Habilitation Center. The Habilitation Center's mission is to equip adults with special needs with the knowledge, skills and behavior needed to lead useful and productive lives, with dignity, respect and independence.
What's available? Divided plates, bowls, no-spill cups, and utensils, in an array of colors (we love the turquoise), all sold in multi-packs with a retail price of approximately $3-6, comparable to traditional plastic products.
Re-Play Kids Dinnerware is available at major retailers, as well as online at http://www.shop.re-play.com/.
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