Tender Leaf Toys believe that now more than ever it is important to bring our children back to a natural playing environment. The company has created a range of wooden toys that they hope will bring the joy parents had playing with their wooden toys as children.
The company takes pride in their social and environmental responsibility in all parts of their supply chain to protect children’s futures all over the world. Products have been designed with the development of children’s skills and the replenishment of rubberwood forests at the core. Tender Leaf Toy’s manufacturing process - cutting, painting and drying of the wood, is all undertaken at their factory allowing for control over the full process.
Tender Leaf Toys been awarded the ICTI seal of approval and strive to maintain ethically high standards throughout their organisation. All toy products meet the European, American, Australian and New Zealand standard safety of toys according to EN71, ASTM and AS/NZS ISO.
Step back in time with this 100 piece set.
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