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Evorie Donut & Dippy Duck Silicone Baby Teether Pacifier

Teethers, Pacifiers, Toys and European Safety Standards EN 71 and EN 1400

Your child's health and safety is of the utmost importance! As they start to teeth, they will need toys and pacifiers to soothe the pressure generated in their gums. However, putting objects into an infant's mouth is always a risk. EN 71 and EN 1400 are one of the most stringent certifications designed to ensure material and chemical safety for teethers, pacifiers, soothers and toys. Always insist on purchasing product with these safety marks!

Safety Standards for Baby Feeding Bottles and Sippy Cups

When it comes to the safety of your child, would you pay a small premium for ease of mind or take an unnecessary risk? When purchasing baby feeding bottles and sippy cups for infant and baby, safety should be the utmost consideration. Together, European standards EU 10/2011 and EN14350 cover a wide variety of safety requirements to give consumers assurance that they are purchasing safe and reliable baby milk bottles, drinking equipment and tableware for their little ones. 
Safety standards EN14350 for baby products
Feeding infant with Evorie Tritan 160ml Baby Milk Bottle

What milk is best for your baby?

Not all milk is the same. Without doubt, breast milk is the best. Ideally, it is best to exclusively breastfeed your newborn until the baby is 6 months old. However, if you're unable to exclusively breastfeed your baby for whatever reasons, the type of formula you use matters. So, soy, goat or cow milk, which is better for your baby?