under the nile, organic cotton fair trade veggie doll - broccoli

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A member of Under the Nile’s renowned collection of stuffed organic fruits and veggies toys, Made and stuffed with 100% organic Egyptian cotton, they're safe for little foodies. Created to encourage healthy eating habits in babies and kids, this is the one time you want your kids to play with their food! Inspired by Under the Nile’s commitment to sustainable agriculture, the collection of fruit and veggies are STEM toys for future scientists and environmentalists.

The center of Under the Nile’s 13 Villages Project, the fruits and veggies give back to an initiative created by co-founder Janice Masoud, to provide safe and healthy work for women in rural Egypt. Each fruit and veggies is made by women of different villages in Egypt.

* Measures 5" tall

* Sustainably made from scraps from leftover clothing production



* Please follow the specific care instructions on your toy for the best results

Machine wash warm with like colors

Do not bleach

Tumble dry low heat

Toys should not be immersed in water and left out to air dry

Dry thoroughly in a machine dryer to ensure the organic cotton inside does not remain wet (if left wet, mold may grow)

Put a bath towel with your toys in the dryer to dry faster

Love your goods and the planet with biodegradable detergents free of phosphates, bleach, optimal whiteners, chlorine or petroleum based surfactants

Please note some toys specify spot cleaning. Take a damp cloth with a mild detergent to wash away the spot that requires cleaning. Do no soak the toy in water.



Made of 100% organic Egyptian cotton | Certified by GOTS Global Organic Textile Standard

Free of Azo colorants, BPA, flame retardants, formaldehyde, fragrance, PVC or lead

First & only baby clothing to carry the Gold Egyptian Seal of authentic premium, butter soft combed Egyptian cotton

Ethically made in Certified Fair Trade facilities that adhere to the highest global textile and labor standards to ensure that the people who make these goods are treated well and paid fairly.