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•Made from corn, not petroleum.
• Safer for our kids: no toxic chemicals like BPA, phthalates.
• Safe for our oceans: If washed out to sea, our toys will fully break down in 2-3 years (not 500 years, like ordinary plastic).
• The world’s first biodegradable beach toys.
• Made in USA.
• 5 pieces set: bucket, sifter/lid, shovel, 2 cups.
• Color: turquoise/lime.
Meet U.S. and international safety requirements: EN71, ASTM F 963, and CPSIA.
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Zoe b Toys.
Sure, our Fantastic Anti-Plastic Beach Toys were created with Mother Nature in mind. But, as a mom-run company, we certainly didn’t forget about mothers. That’s why our set includes a bucket with built-in handles that won’t break off (usually the first thing to go, in our experience). A sifting lid with geometric cut-outs for learning shapes. Two cups for sand and water play. And one tough, virtually indestructible shovel. It’s all scaled for toddler-size hands and fits easily inside the bucket for carrying to the beach. In the off-season, the toys are great for the bathtub—plus the bucket doubles as a container for crayons and toys.
We’re proud to say that our beach toys are made in the USA, not China. And they’re unlike any other beach toys in the world. Though just as tough as regular plastic, they’re made with Mirel™ bioplastic from corn. That means no BPA, phthalates, or PVC. And if they get accidentally left on the beach and washed out to sea, they’ll completely biodegrade in 2-3 years (same results in fresh water, compost, or buried in soil).
Regular, petroleum-based plastic takes around 500 years to break down—and even then, it just breaks into tiny bits that get ingested by marine animals. Call us crazy, but at Zoë b, we believe beach toys are for playing—not killing thousands of birds and sea turtles. Why not buy the only beach toys on the planet where the toys disappear, instead of the wildlife around them?
Designed by Ceci Gomez.