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Toy supermarket food recommendations?

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Startofsomethingnew20 Sat 08-Aug-20 13:59:01

Many moons ago Early Learning used to sell a set of toy food cans with Velcro lids. I would love to get something like this for dd Christmas but cannot didn’t anything with Velcro lids!

Also wanted to get some more realistically sized Food items to go with her toy supermarket but they all seem to be tiny. Anyone know of anything suitable?

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2155User Sat 08-Aug-20 14:00:05

John Lewis have some great toy food

Cherryrainbow Sat 08-Aug-20 14:08:43

www.amazon.co.uk/Melissa-Doug-Lets-House-Grocery/dp/B00AY375JM/ref=mp_s_a_1_9?hvlocphy=9045405&hvnetw=g&keywords=toy+food+tins&hvadid=259150508827&qid=1596892061&dchild=1&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIoNG-vNaL6wIVze3tCh35EwfPEAMYASAAEgKtZPD_BwE&hydadcr=5236_1761852&hvdev=m&hvqmt=e&tag=mumsnetforu03-21&hvtargid=kwd-315403369439&adgrpid=52852032426&hvrand=2309841808339560359&sr=8-9

Ricekrispie22 Sat 08-Aug-20 15:09:20

Melissa and Doug are fantastic www.argos.co.uk/product/4186384?clickSR=slp:term:toy%20food:4:4835:1

www.argos.co.uk/product/6164108?clickSR=slp:term:toy%20food:29:4835:2

NannyR Sat 08-Aug-20 15:13:15

All the kids I've looked after have had more fun playing shops with real cans and boxes from the kitchen cupboards than they did with toy food. You could start saving clean, safe packaging for her to play with - cheap and environmentally sound too.

NoWordForFluffy Sat 08-Aug-20 17:29:35

We have Melissa and Doug ones and they're ace. And last really well (5 years so far).

WisestIsShe Sat 08-Aug-20 20:29:15

I save the odd bottle such as hand wash or ketchup, give it a wash and put similar coloured tissue inside. That's always a hit here.

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