Hevea Panda Teether Supporting The Work of WWF

Hevea Panda Teether
Hevea Panda Teether


Hevea is extending its international commitment to supporting the work of the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) to include the UK.

As of 1st February, 2012 Hevea will donate £1 from the sale of every one of its award-winning Panda Teether.

Already working successfully in its home market Denmark, Terese Hoffeldt, founder of Hevea says of the agreement, “We have chosen to work together with WWF, as we truly believe in their work for a living planet, which matches Hevea sustainable thinking”.

The ultimate goal is to work with the WWF in each country where Hevea is available.

The Hevea Panda Teether is a modern Danish designed teether, which is made of 100% natural rubber. Sustainably produced, Hevea gives you the opportunity to give only the best to your child while taking care of the environment.

Perfect match with the Hevea Chain/Holder which prevents your baby’s panda teether from falling on the floor/street/ground and getting dirty or lost.

– No PVC, No BPA, No phthalates, No artificial colours just 100% natural rubber from the sustainable rubber trees (Hevea trees)
– Gentle surface for soothing irritated gums. Easy to grip.
– Hygienic one piece design: no joints, cracks or edges for dirt or bacteria to accumulate
– Sustainably produced
– Recycled and biodegradable packaging materials

Winner of the US PTPA award (Parent tested parent approved) March 2011

Awarded the highest rating  –  Sehr gut (very good) in the German Öko-Test magazine October 2011

Finalist in the UK Practical Parenting Award September 2011

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