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MITTEEZ The Organic Baby Teething Co.


A mom-founded Canadian brand, creating beautiful, safe, innovative, sustainable baby essentials.

Thatโ€™s why we take what materials go into our products seriously and all our products are made with GOTS certified cotton, natural, and non-toxic materials.


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Once upon a time...

One day in France, a certain Monsieur RAMPEAU, who was an expert in transforming the latex from the HEVEA tree using the rotational moulding of rubber as a toy-making concept, came up with the idea of designing a giraffe. Such an exotic wildlife figure would be a first on the market, and its size and shape would be ideal for a baby's small hand to grasp.
Sophie la Girafeยฎ, who looked exactly the same as she does today, went into production on Thursday May the 25th.
To this day, Sophie la Girafeยฎ is still "traditionally" produced, a process that involves more than 14 manual operations.
She is made from 100% natural rubber derived from the latex of the Hevea tree.

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Little Bud Kids

Give them the right tools. Help them sound it out. Then let them take the lead. The letters will do its magic. We just help set up the foundation.

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Happy Go Ducky

Our unique collection of wooden toys are importedย from Europe. They are handmade and use ethically and sustainable sourced materials. All paints and finishes used are water based, food grade finishes so they are safe for little hands and mouths to explore.

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Reduce your plastic usage and switch to reusable instead!!

The world has a plastic pollution crisis. Since 1950, humans have produced more than 8 billion tons of plastic, more than half of which went straight to landfills and only about 9% of which was recycled. Plastic can wreak slow but certain havoc on an environment in multiple ways, from leaching toxic chemicals into the soil and groundwater to directly choking or poisoning animals who unwittingly ingest it.

While plastic waste on land is undeniably a concern, a large percentage of plastic that isnโ€™t recycled, incinerated (which emits pollutants), or sent to landfills ultimately ends up in the oceans, where it creates even larger problems. Plastic in the ocean can injure some animals outright and is frequentlyโ€”and fatallyโ€”mistaken for food by others. For example, in 2019, a young Cuvier's beaked whale washes ashore in the Philippines and soon died. A necropsy revealed its stomach was clogged by more than 88 pounds (40 kg) of plastic trash. A similar tragedy occurred in Greece in 2021.