Review of fruit and vegetable teethers

by EcoStreet on March 19, 2011

in EcoKids, Shop Green, Uncategorised



Green Bean teether

Organic cotton green bean

Message to mummies! If you are looking for fantastic teethers I would like to share with you some of the best I have found. We are delighted to be stocking the vegetable and fruit collection from Under the Nile they are just so cool. The green bean is a firm favourite because it’s easy for babies to grasp, lightweight, colourful and soft but with enough firmness to ease aching gums. No chance of babies bashing themselves in the eye either. Or what about this fruit tote which comes complete with 4 different fruits watermelon, banana, pear and grapes.


Lovely tote basket of organic cotton teethers

These fruits and vegetables are all hand picked because they are made from 100% organic cotton which is coloured using metal free and vegetable dyes so no problem about them being chewed and sucked. An additional plus factor is that unlike the usual hard teethers they will absorb the dribble so much less likelihood of a sore face. Machine washable and can be tumble dried so if they get grubby it’s not a problem. Under the Nile are supportive of fair trade so you can feel reassured that your baby’s beloved toy is helping somebody else by ensuring that they are paid a fair wage.
These cute teethers will introduce babies to their 5 a day at an early age and hopefully help develop a positive attitude to eating up their fruit and veggies. All in all they have just got to be a win win buy.


{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

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santa cruz real estate April 14, 2011 at 4:03 pm

Here in Santa Cruz California, we are surrounded by “green living” proponents. Organic Produce Markets, solar electricity instalations, sustainable and natural products, etc., abound.

Partly because of the University of California Santa Cruz, partly because of the free-thinking “California lifestyle”, and partly because it makes sense if we are going to continue to occupy this planet.

Still, these “Green Mommy” products are unlike any I have seen before.

Nice. Thank God for Mothers and Mother Nature!ood idea


Rosalie McDonald May 27, 2011 at 6:42 pm

Love the post… we recently began cutting out all animal proteins after realizing their link to the initiation of cancer cells (muscle foods) and acting as a cancer growth catalyst (casein). Scary… so we’ve just cut it out all together with the rare exception in baking. We’ve found our immune systems to be much stronger on our plant based whole foods diet as well as our appetite. Since our diet change our children (3 and 6) now beg for broccoli, asparagus, salad, tomatoes, grapes, strawberries, peaches, bananas, etc. Some were favorites before, but others are new! It’s such a great blessing to give our children a healthy lifestyle during their most impressionable years.


Schoen August 16, 2011 at 11:27 am

Hey these vegetables are absolutely adorable 🙂 i think i should blog about it as well 🙂


Linda Sones September 7, 2011 at 6:15 pm

Thank you for all your lovely comments you are welcome to use my post and link to me. Sorry but I’m afraid I know very little about widgets!


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