New toys from PBS Kids and Whole Foods

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PBS KIDS has created new educational and earth-friendly toys exclusively to Whole Foods Market. The wooden vehicles are hand-crafted in Vermont.
PBS KIDS has created new educational and earth-friendly toys exclusively to Whole Foods Market. The wooden vehicles are hand-crafted in Vermont.

PBS KIDS has created new educational and earth-friendly toys exclusively to Whole Foods Market. The wooden vehicles are hand-crafted in Vermont.

Remember the wooden toys of your childhood? Now PBS Kids has launched a new line of wood vehicles that will be sold exclusively at Whole Foods Market. All the proceeds benefit PBS Kids, and Whole Foods will donate 1 percent of the total sales up to $25,000 to Whole Kids Foundation.

The My Little Scoot! line of wooden vehicles are handmade in Vermont from local wood. They sell for $7.99. They are all made with non-toxic, eco-friendly materials.

“PBS KIDS is known for creating fun, educational content that encourages kids to learn by exploring the world around them,” said Jeanne Tamayo, Whole Foods Market’s global lifestyle buyer. “And that’s the exact goal behind this new line of toys — to help our shoppers find new, exciting ways to teach their children through play. Whole Foods Market is proud to offer these toys to families exclusively this holiday season.”


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