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Vulli Soft Toy Chan Pie Gnon: PIE, Pink 3 oz (83 g)

 
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0-6 months+

Vulli imagines a new enchanted world "Chan Pie Gnon" and launches a collection of teethers with Chan Pie Gnon’s picture on it. 

Chan Pie Gnon comes from the French word champignon, which means mushroom.  Chan (blue), Pie (pink), and Gnon (yellow) are mushroom-shaped soft chew toys.

Just like the famous Sophie the giraffe, this toy is made in natural rubber (phtalate-free) and baby can chew it in complete safety. 

  • Easy to grasp and to grip.
  • This toy includes a squeaker sound. 
  • 3 models to collect : Chan, Pie and Gnon

AA close cousin to Sophie the Giraffe, Pie is also proudly handmade in the French Alps with the finest natural rubber (phthalate-free) and food quality paints.   Each product has been designed to facilitate baby development and offer numerous parts to chew, manipulate and play in total safety.

BPA, PVC & Phthalates Free.

A Few Words About Vulli
Vulli was founded in 1946 and over the years has become well-known all over the world as a specialist in the field of nursery items for babies up to 6 months.

Stocked by all baby-supplies specialists and large scale distributors, Vulli’s products around 250 items- enjoy an excellent reputation amongst professionals as well as consumers.

Baby grows up with Vulli!

Unique and special moments, the first months of a baby’s life are a time of mutual discovery and happiness shared with its parents.

Vulli offers products which will help your child to develop: nursery items and Babies’ toys suited to each stage of his/her development like Sophie the Giraffe.

Made in France

©Vulli S.A.S

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