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Doing all we can to support healthy, happy babies

MEDIA RELEASE JULY 2014

Doing all we can to support healthy, happy babies

The Baby Show (ASB Showgrounds from 22 to 24 August 2014) has got your back when it comes to showcasing the latest products that support the health and wellbeing of your beautiful offspring.

At the Baby Show our pudgy little fingers are on the global pulse when it comes to baby trends, so it comes as no surprise that we’re onto organic and natural products like lint on a dropped lollipop.

Recent years have seen a marked increase in demand from parents worldwide for organic and natural baby products, particularly in the areas of nutrition, healthcare, and skincare. This makes perfect sense because people are generally becoming more aware of the health-enhancing benefits of natural products, so it follows that they’re going to apply the same thinking to their precious children.

In response the Baby Show this year features a huge range of natural products to help your babies and children be as happy and healthy as they can be.

For instance, you’ll find a truckload of healthy food products, including snap-frozen organic baby food from Little Angels, all-natural snack foods from Kiwi Garden, frozen fruit purees from TasteBubs, delicious baby meals from Only Organics and Natureland, and Baby Mum-Mum Rice Rusks free from gluten and artificial additives.

The show is also well stocked with trusted suppliers of natural healthcare products, including Kiwiherb, Artemis, and Comvita, plus you’ll love our huge range of chemical-free skincare products from Happy Little Poppets, Essano, Tui Balms, Delicate Skin, Made4Baby, World Organic, Thinkwise, Ecostore, and Earthwise.

But it doesn’t end there: the Baby Show this year features reusable nappies from Kiwee and Bitti Bums (love that name), eco-friendly baby toys from Homecare, Bamboo Pillows, organic baby clothes from Ka Pai for Kids, Anamalz wooden animal toys, and Honey Bees Preschool focusing on natural materials and organically evolving experiences.

To make it easier to find all this good stuff, we’ve created the Natural Products Zone that clusters a bunch of natural brands like Anamalz, Artemis, Bamboo Pillows, Bitti Bums, Comvita, Earthwise, Eco-Sprout, Essano, Gaia, Homecare, Kai Karrier, Kiwi Garden, Little Angels, and Only Organics.

The Baby Show also features a slew of new brands and new product launches this year, so be sure to check out baby swings from Solvej Swings, cool nursery furniture from Danish by Design, breast milk storage systems from Kiinde and Freemie, personalised jewelry from Love Lockets, and baby swim gear from Swim Baby.

Online store Squoodles is launching the Buddy Tag child safety device at this year’s show, and look out for the Baby Shusher, a unique white noise generator sold through Sleepytot NZ. Footsore mums and mums-to-be will appreciate ergonomically designed Suecos footwear at the Sea-Band mama! stand, and everyone will love fabulous fairy houses from the Magic Fairy House Company.

With a huge range of exhibitors showcasing an amazing selection of products and services for pregnancy, maternity, and beyond, the Baby Show is NZ’s biggest, best, and most popular parenting one-stop-shop. The 2014 show is sponsored by ASG, Ford, Lego, Huggies, Plunket, and The Warehouse, and will enable you to test out the latest products, find useful services, ask exhibitors questions, get trustworthy advice, and make the most of the exclusive Baby Show prices.


Buy your tickets online now at www.babyshow.co.nz for $15 plus booking fee and avoid queues on the day. Plus all online ticket purchases put you in the draw to win one of two $1,000 shopping sprees from baby.co.nz.


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