A pantry full of whimsical wooden play foods packaged in delightfully illustrated tins (with noodles in a twine-tied bag). Choose varieties with 4 to 25 items in each tin, depending on their size.
Made in Germany for ages 3 and up.
Additional Available Styles Biscuits Gummy Bears Hot Dogs Mushrooms Noodles Potato Chips Pralines Tea Bags Veggies Sardines Zwieback Toast
Size Approximately 2" x 3" with 4-25 items in each.
10-Piece Wooden Food Tin Collection Save $9.82 When you buy all 10-pieces (Veggies, Biscuits, Pralines, Sardines, Mushrooms, Tea, Two Sets of Noodles, Hot Dogs, and Zwieback Toast) together. Only $89.98
Comments about Product: I bought the little tin of bread. While it is adorable, it is much smaller than I expected. The bread is smaller than a saltine cracker. My daughter still loves them and I think they are very cute and nicely made. I probally should have read the description better. Very happy with this product.
Comments about Product: We've collected a lot of play food over the years and these are by far the most popular with both kids. They just looks so nice and feel so good in the hands, plus kids love boxes of small things. We have chocolates/cookies/peas and carrots/and bear "vitamins." Yes, they are small but that adds to their charm. My 2 year old (carefully supervised) loves them as well.
Comments about Product: This tin of tea bags is adorable for kitchen play for my "adorable granddaughter," but I was shocked to find how small it is...the size of a tea bag, not the size of a tin you would buy in the store. [...]
Comments about Product: The kids think this is the prettiest food and always want to put these on the plates when play eating or serving. The colors are strong and right for the type of food, the size is safe and manageable for little hands. Thanks for a quality product.
Comments about Product: These are little wooden tea bags and best used when your child has tea parties or wants to share an afternoon cup of tea with you. They're adorable and durable. My toddler comes back to them again and again. Everyone who sees them in her play kitchen wants to know where to buy them.