Janod’s WWF Collection is back for 2023 – inspiring the next generation to protect planet earth
Iconic French toy brand Janod, is delighted to announce that its iconic WWF collection will continue to be available into 2023… with firm favourites sticking around and some newness to unveil later in the year!
As part of its wider promise to help the planet, Janod is thrilled to continue its exclusive range of FSC® certified wooden toys in collaboration with the biggest environmental organisation in the world, The World Wide Fund for nature. The collection is bursting with stunning toys to inspire and engage the next generation of animal and nature lovers!
More than 30 fun-filled products make up this colourful and charming collection. From animal and nature themed push along toys, to playful balancing games, each has been created using sustainable materials.
The whole collection is aimed at educating children aged 1-7+ years, on the importance of looking after the planet we live in. Not only that, but Janod has committed to donating a percentage of the proceeds from every WWF® product sold to support the actions of the remarkable NGO – it’s a partnership the brand is extremely proud of.
A spokesperson from Janod UK said: “Continuing to support sustainability within this collaboration is something we’re really proud of. Not only does it reflect the ethos at the very heart of our brand, but the collection also continues to develop children’s education on the importance of looking after planet earth, as well as directly support WWF’s efforts. We hope that the WWF range will inspire generations and encourage them to stand up for wildlife and the natural world in the future.
We recognise that our most basic needs are dependent on a healthy natural world, which is currently under threat so inspiring the youngest members of our society to care about the flora and fauna is essential. The protection of the planet is key, what we produce today will affect our children’s tomorrow so let’s act together!”
*FSC®-certified wood and cardboard from sustainably managed forests, organic cotton and water-based paints.