Coco Boheme bibs – stylish and biodegradable

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If you have a young baby, take a look at your collection of bibs and ponder what their impact on the environment might be. If they’re petroleum-based, they can take up to a century to disappear!

That’s why these stylish new bibs from Coco Boheme are very clever indeed. Recently exhibited at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas, these bibs are made from potato starch and and natural inks and deteriorate in one to two years. But don’t worry, they won’t fall apart on your little ones; they need to be buried in compost first!

Choose from four funky patterns: pig, chicken, frog and lobster. Too gorgeous!

If you’re into Coco Boheme’s products, you may want to revisit our review on their stylish blackboards from March 2008.

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