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Each Peach Baby Sustainability
Each Peach Baby strives to be kind on both your babies and the planet. We are committed to providing a better future for your children. As mothers, we are aware of the waste that comes with having a child and have worked hard to find hard-wearing products which can be passed down from baby to baby and surpass trends.
We have worked alongside our suppliers to find the best quality materials which are where possible, 100% certified organic. The leather on our Eaglet and Pup shoes is 100% organic free from chemicals and toxic dyes which makes it buttery soft but super durable.
Being so close to your baby’s skin, it was important to us to source the very best muslin cloths and baby socks. Our collection is woven from 100% organic cotton with no harmful dyes making them allergy friendly and safe to use. With no chemicals used in the manufacturing process, they are also much softer as the natural fibres are all left in place. They wash brilliantly too and we even have 100% natural bamboo cotton socks for our smallest customers.
Our Pocket Peach dolls are hand-crocheted using 100% organic cotton yarn.
We have enough to worry about as parents, which is why we only stock non-toxic teething toys made from food-grade BPA free silicone and natural wood, which are completely safe for tiny teeth to chew on.
Our BIBS dummies are made from 100% BPA, PVC and phthalate free natural latex rubber.
We package our shoes and accessories in 100% cotton drawstring bags at no extra charge, which can then be used for all your own baby bits and pieces. Our muslin cloths are packaged in 100% cotton netting rather than plastic bags which can also be reused in your household. We designed our luxury gift boxes with the intention that they should be repurposed as a beautiful keepsake or baby memory box.
Our mailing bags are 100% compostable. Made from corn starch and biodegradable man-made binding agents, they can be added to your home compost or compost bin collected by your local council where they will biodegrade in 3-6 months.