Mommy Please Remains Committed To Quality Materials For Play Food Set
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Mommy Please, maker of the best selling 125 piece, play food set, announced today that even with increasing costs for materials, their commitment remains strong to ensure only the highest quality materials are used in their play food set.
Mommy Please recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of their best-selling play food set. As the company prepares for their second year of sales and production, a company spokesperson issued a statement this week reminding customers of the company's commitment to quality materials for their toy food set.
"Our play food set is made for children," stated Mommy Please spokesperson Elsie Murphy. "With this, comes a great responsibility that we take very seriously. We make every effort to ensure that everything we used in the production of our play food is of the highest standard of quality. This may cost more, but our customers, these children, deserve a product that is safe for them."
The Mommy Please toy food set is also shatterproof and able to withstand teeth marks from young toddlers. The plastic in the play food is also BPA-free. These things make these products both safe and attractive for children, which provides parents with peace of mind.
When children play, they like to have a variety of food options. The Mommy Please 125 piece play food set provides just that. A few of the play food pieces include: french fries lemon, pizza, asparagus, waffle with butter, red & green peppers, apples, pear, whole miniature chicken, carrots, chicken legs, bananas, broccoli, cauliflower, chocolate bars, corn, orange slices, watermelon, mushroom, lettuce, ice cream cones, pie, strawberries, bread, hamburger buns and patty, cheese, sliced tomato, hot dogs and buns, cucumber, eggs, donuts, grapes, potato chips, crackers, condiments, milk, juice, syrup, bread, potatoes, tomatoes - to name a few.
The Mommy Please play food set has received nearly 400 reviews on Amazon.com and makes the perfect gift for any child. Living Chic Mom writes: "My son has always been obsessed with pretend play with his kitchen... There are so many pieces and so many different types of food that bring a whole new dimension of pretend kitchen/restaurant play. With four kids I have purchased several different sets of pretend food for my kids to play with, and this set is definitely my favorite....With so many different varieties of foods that come in this set, the kids have endless options for pretend play! I most definitely recommend this product for children 3+ and give it a big thumbs up."
This play food set is sold only on Amazon.com for $23.97 with free shipping on orders over $49.
About Mommy Please: "Mommy Please desires nothing more than to bring education, prosperity, and (most of all) Health for children around the world. By providing an education tool known as the healthy organic play food set, Mommy Please is gearing its resources towards this single goals, hoping to touch the lives of children and parents around the world."
Name: Elsie Murphy
Organization: Mommy Please
Address: 3820 Roswell Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30342, United States
For more information, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Mommy-Please-Pretend-Kitchen-125-Piece/dp/B01COI9EAC
Release ID: 177816
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