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GreenBerry's eco shopping

A lovely new Suffolk-based shop stocking organic and Fair Trade baby and child clothes, gifts and skincare products.

Posted: 21 November 2006
by Sarah Lawson

There are more and more eco-friendly shops around, especially online. Having a baby seems like the perfect time for parents to start loving their planet that little bit more!

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One of the new kids on the eco block, is GreenBerry's. Opened this year in a village called Long Melford in Suffolk, it was originally intended to address the fact that the area just didn't have enough good places to buy nice children's clothes. However, because they realised there was no need to compete with the major high street names, they decided to provide something that was lacking: good green clothing and accessories for baby and child.
The result is a fabulous array of clothes from birth to five years for girls, and up to nine years for boys. Plus lovely gift sets, pampering products and neat accessories.
They stock green brands who are using materials like organic cotton or chemical-free ingredients: Cut 4 Cloth, Totsbots, Pure Potions, Gossypium, Green Baby, and many more.
We love items like the Burt's Bees Getting Started Kit of creams and lotions for new skin, £12.99, and the Tatty Bumpkin yoga mat, £22. The clothes range from vests and sleepsuits to trousers and pinnies, in everything from delicate pastels to vibrant blues and oranges.
We also like the fact that they link to Oxfam and the Soil Association, to inspire their customers to find out more about Fair Trade and buying organic.

For more, visit the GreenBerry's website.

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