Toy firm Mattel aims to construct a sustainable future with new bio-plastics building sets

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The  Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack was first sold in 1960, and from this year is being made with sugarcane plastic
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The Fisher-Price Rock-a-Stack was first sold in 1960, and from this year is being made with sugarcane plastic

The new products build on the firm's recently announced commitment to make 100 per cent of its toys recycled and recyclable by 2030

Toy manufacturing giant Mattel is launching a series of bio-based plastic products for its pre-school construction brand Mega Bloks, the brand behind Barbie and Hot Wheels announced yesterday. Three...

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