BiOBUDDi Truck + Racers

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Truck and race cars

Meet the truck and race cars. This toy set is suitable for children aged 1.5 to 6 years. This toy set consists of 38 different parts. The set contains a beautiful construction drawing that guides a child step by step in building the product. The set comes with special wheels that make it possible to drive the truck. A toy set that guarantees hours of playing and building fun.

What is in the play set?

Build your own race truck with the 38 different building parts. The sets comes with a nice storage packing. All BiOBUDDi packaging is FSC approved and therefore environmentally friendly. So get started with your son or daughter and make your own race truck.

Organic toys

BiOBUDDi's organic toy and blocks are made from the sugar cane plant and are produced in the Netherlands. The colorful blocks are in line with children's experiences and are not only environmentally friendly, but also recyclable and child-friendly. The entire production process from A to Z is CO2 neutral. The toys have been extensively tested and meet all conditions. 

The main advantages of the product:

  • Made in the Netherlands.
  • All BiOBUDDi building blocks are environmentally friendly, ecological, sustainable and made from the unusable residues of the sugar cane plant.
  • Building with blocks is good for the motor development of a young child.
  • Hours of fun guaranteed.
  • The colored building blocks with prints on them appeal to young children.
  • The packaging is also eco-friendly and has a storage function.
  • The toy blocks can be combined with blocks from other well-known brands.

You can of course also expand your race truck with one of the other BiOBUDDi ve hicle play sets. Order this great sustainable toy for children from 1.5 to 6 years old now.

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Biobuddi Features

BiOBUDDi is committed to build a better tomorrow, and for this reason, develops and make eco-friendly products

BiOBUDDi originated in the Netherlands. To ensure the quality we check the production process from up close. This is also one of the reasons that the toys are produced in the Netherlands. Our process is guaranteed of respect for the earth and people on it. In order to have the production process entirely in our own hands, it was decided to produce everything ourselves. The entire development of the product takes place with love from the Netherlands. The Netherlands is a beautiful country that values quality and environmental friendliness. We would like to make the message of building a better tomorrow known worldwide throughout our products.

BiOBUDDi focuses on being CO2 neutral and has identified sugar cane plants as a resource that absorbs carbon dioxide, is recyclable, and suitable for toy production. These plants absorb CO2 and release oxygen during growth.

The byproduct of sugar cane processing, known as the side stream, is used to create bio-ethanol, which is then utilized to produce green polyethylene (Green PE) based on BiOBUDDi's patented formula in Germany.

This renewable plastic forms the basis of all their products, resulting in a positive impact on CO2 emissions. BiOBUDDi also emphasizes the recyclability of their materials, acknowledging the importance of the entire product life cycle. While recycling practices vary by country, the company aims for a positive CO2 impact even if products aren't recycled.

The production process and waste phase of BiOBUDDi products are eco-friendly, utilizing sustainable sugar cane and reusing residual components. Their commitment to using biobased materials derived from renewable resources is supported by DIN CERTCO certification from TÜV Rheinland, a recognized testing company.

Sustainable use of sugarcane

BiOBUDDi makes its products mainly from its own biobased raw material. The most important part of this rcw material is Green PE. This material is made from ethanol which comes from a side stream of sugar cane processing. Brazil is the world's largest sugar cane producer. Approximately 50% of the sugar cone processed is used to make sugar, with the remaining 50% used to make ethanol. Brazil's sugar cane cultivation is concentrated in the country's Center-South region. There is no expansion of sugar cane planted creas in the rainforest or the Pontanal Wetlands.