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Supermagicsmile Sun 29-Oct-17 00:01:15

Anyone know where I can get some good plastic play food?

I've tried places like amazon/Argos/ELC etc but I'm looking for something more realistic.

Any suggestions?

Ricekrispie22 Sun 29-Oct-17 06:33:53

Try the Casdon 618 Play Food Set

swizzlestix Sun 29-Oct-17 06:49:36

Worth trying ikea, think they do lovely wooden stuff

Blondie1985 Sun 29-Oct-17 07:01:57

Melissa & Doug play food is fab, wooden though not plastic. Fab quality and you can get all sorts, our favourite was the Pizza and the Birthday Cake wink

Blondie1985 Sun 29-Oct-17 07:02:44

Sorry meant to add we got ours from Amazon, huge selection on there.

OwlKiss Sun 29-Oct-17 21:17:17

Haba is a good brand for wooden/cloth food.

Learning Resources New Sprouts do good, realistic plastic food.

Both are a bit pricey.

Fresh01 Mon 30-Oct-17 12:44:41

We have wooden food stuff that Velcro together then you “cut” apart with a wooden knife. It came from ELC 9 years ago and is still going.
Great Little Trading Co does wooden bottles of sauce and boxes to represent flour etc. They last very well too.

welshweasel Mon 30-Oct-17 12:48:45

Wilkos have some at the moment.

bluechameleon Mon 30-Oct-17 12:54:01

We have a mixture of plan, !e toy van, tidlo and haba wooden food. Been played with most days for 2 years and still looks as good as new. Le toy van is nice because it has fabric leaves etc.

starsinyourpies Mon 30-Oct-17 12:55:58

John Lewis do a lovely basket with Waitrose food in which is quite fun smile.

starsinyourpies Mon 30-Oct-17 12:56:52

https://m.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-basket-play-food/p231250767

MarjorySunshineDust Tue 31-Oct-17 10:49:48

The learning resources play food is really good quality.

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