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Little Concepts readies 40+ new products for Q1

Company launching new products for PlanToys and Candylab brands in March.

Busy Little Concepts is gearing up for the launch of over 40 new products across the PlanToys and Candylab brands in Q1.

Brooklyn-based Candylab believes that sustainable wooden toys are a ‘no brainer’.

Its new Castor set comes with everything needed to put together three cars each measuring 8.9cm x 4cm x 3.1cm. The cars come in blank wood meaning that children can add their own touches such as stickers or paint.

Meanwhile, PlanToys continues to be at the forefront of sustainable children’s products.

The new Rubber Road & Rail Set invites children to bring their imagination to life in a city of their own.

The rubber roads can be placed on any surface, while they are also reversible and can be used as railways.

The new set aims to help children strengthen their problem solving and logical thinking skills, while also exploring their creative side.

The new products from both brands will arrive in March.

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