Kids Preferred presents Bioserie, the toys made from plants

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Mon, 10/10/2016 - 11:04am
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Kids Preferred is proud to introduce the Bioserie collection, an award-winning brand that has raised the bar in what new parents can expect from toy safety. These stylish toys appear and perform like everyday plastic toys but, remarkably, they are made from plants. New parents can, at last, eliminate any concerns about their children handling oil-based plastics as this revolutionary material is derived from sustainable corn plant crops and is the first 100% USDA certified bio-based toys to enter the toy market.

Offered by Kids Preferred, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of plush toys and gifts, the Bioserie Toys collection was designed by parents with the help of infant development experts and childcare professionals to develop little ones’ coordination and motor skills without the risk of harmful chemicals. These toys don’t just look good, they’re ergonomically designed and colored to match babies’ developmental needs. Bioserie’s unique use of bioplastics technology offers considerably less greenhouse gas emissions in the value chain. These toys are  completely free from:  oil based chemicals and harmful substances such as BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Styrenes and heavy metals. Developed from durable and renewable plant-based plastic, each toy features amazing textures, colors and sounds to both stimulate and comfort your little one.

The first toys that Kids Preferred Bioserie collection are offering are a star-shaped baby teether, dumbell rattle, round rattle, a 2-in-1 stacker and a shape sorting and stacking cube all in simple colors with a stylish aesthetic. Practical, simple and durable for kids, peace of mind for parents.

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