From oogaa comes the cutest silicone baby feeding spoon with a train design!
oogaa is a line of silicone feeding products that won't break no matter how hard you try! We love silicone because it's far safer than plastic, doesn't support the growth of mold or bacteria and is microwave and dishwasher safe.
Oogaa is driven by a passionate commitment to fun, safe, innovative and sustainable products for your baby and young child. The four little oogaa characters provide the fun part; their dedicated design and product development team takes care of the rest.
oogaa's mission is to eliminate unsafe products in your home by providing durable, affordable wares that surpass the strictest health criteria while reducing the amount we throw away. They are devoted to the goal that their products will impact your child’s well-being in only positive ways. That means using the safest, most environmentally stable materials to fire the imagination with the bright colours and playful designs that babies love.
Based in the USA, oogaa designs its unique products for a global mix of cultures and communities who share one thing in common: a desire to provide only the very best for their baby.
What Raspberry Kids has to say about oogaa:
We are so excited to be the first retailer in Canada to introduce oogaa silicone baby feeding products! We are staunch supporters of all things silicone and couldn't resist the adorable train and plane designs. Easy for the parents, fun for the babes!
No harsh chemicals and easy to clean.
Dishwasher safe, microwave safe, freezer safe, and oven safe.
Will not corrode or deteriorate like plastic products
Silicone will not support the growth of fungus, mould or bacteria
Silicone is odourless and tasteless
Silicone is heat resistant, microwave safe & dishwasher safe
Cleaning and care
Safe for dishwasher, microwave, oven, freezer & electric sterilizers
Stains may be removed by washing with hot soapy water
Dry products with a towel to avoid water-marks
Store products in a dry place
Do not store the products in direct sunlight.