A 2008 finalist of the Telstra Women’s Business Awards - the Nokia innovation category, the company can indeed be viewed as a pioneering platform for gifts for newborns and their family.
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) December 1, 2009
Concerned about the environment, Australia’s leading baby gifts online store recently announced its commitment to help reduce its carbon footprint and assist in the prevention of global pollution.
As part of their commitment to continue reducing their carbon footprint, Baby Buds has been busy sourcing for quite some time now for more eco friendly products. As a result, the company is now able to introduce their new line of photo frames, which come with matching rattling toys.
A 2008 finalist of the Telstra Women’s Business Awards - the Nokia innovation category, the company can indeed be viewed as a pioneering platform for gifts for newborns and their family. Inventing new and comforting gift ideas is truly a big part of everyday business.
Baby Buds’ founder Charmaine Papallo, and creator of a superb line of ingenious baby clothing bouquets, is a young mother, who is not only concerned about the health and future of her own family, but also worries about the expectations and safety of her clientele.
The debate over environmental change is getting louder and so are the discussions about carbon footprint, a phenomenon referring to the impact human activities have onto the environment. Consumers worried about how their actions may influence nature will, therefore, choose organic products rather than unrecyclable goods, including playthings. “Eco friendly” or “green toys” are also easier to reprocess once they are discarded.
An industry leader in Australia and New Zealand, Baby Buds guarantees that their new selection of adorable photo frames, which are available in natural colours and suitable for both boys and girls, are completely biodegradable. Like the accessorizing Blue Elephant, Sage Puppy, Khaki Giraffe and Salmon Lamb rattlers, they are all made from 100% cotton and coloured with natural vegetable dyes. These items are completely safe and washable.
This will not remain the only line of environmentally friendly gifts and baby toys Baby Buds will offer. The company will expand their selection as soon as new, suitable items can be located. For more information on Baby Buds merchandize, company history, as well as their environmental commitments and involvement with a number of charities, visit http://www.babybuds.com.au .