Green Toys - Review

by - 11/09/2009

In case you were living in a cave somewhere, Green is in. Which means that eco-friendly products and services are at an all-time high these days. This holiday season, be sure to check out Green Toys Inc for they make an awesome line of classic children’s toys constructed from recycled plastic and other environmentally friendly materials. Their toys are made out of recycled milk containers, the very same one sitting in your recycle bin at this minute. And you couldn't tell that by looking at them, that's for sure.

Reasons to love Green Toys :

  • 100% made in the USA.
  • Packaged in recycled boxes with no plastics, cellophane or twist-ties, and are 100% recyclable.
  • Contain no traceable amounts of Phthalates or BPA. 
  • Designed without any lead paint.
PhotobucketCheck out this amazing Cookware and Dining Set from Green Toys - all ready for any aspiring young chef's make-believe culinary efforts. My kid has already served me countless tasty and imaginary dishes with them. And believe me, the joy they get out of making that food is nothing compared to the joy you get out of watching them imitate you oh-so carefully and proudly and all the while have fun doing it!

PhotobucketI don't know about you, but my son lives for trash-pickup day. Watching those giant arms come down and lift our tall trash cans is a delight that has yet to lose its charm. His joy at getting a Green Toys Dump Truck for his own was to be seen to be believed! Our home is now the cleanest one around! (yeah, right). And yes, like all their other toys, these too were made out of recycled milk cans.

No wonder Green Toys is gathering accolades from satisfied parents everywhere. For more information, visit

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  1. I love the whole concept of these toys. Go green!

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