Re-Play Divided Plates are Made in the USA, from recycled milk jugs. With funky bright colors and chunky shapes Re-Play tableware is Toddler Tuff! Each Divided Plate has 2 small & 1 large section, and come in a pack of 3. Choose from Pink, Green & Orange plates or Aqua, Green & Orange plates. Re-Play Divided Plates are perfectly proportioned for your toddler, with 3 sections so you can offer a variety of healthy foods at mealtime, but still keep foods separate for picky eaters. Plates have deep sides to help little ones that are learning to eat independently. All Re-Play products are BPA-free, PVC-free, phthalate-free, melamine-free…and dishwasher safe! Products are made, assembled and tested in the USA from recycled milk jugs that are FDA approved for Food Contact. The use of recycled plastic reduces greenhouse gases and saves energy. Our packaging is also made from recycled paperboard. The minimal package design does not use plastic blisters, twist ties or any other extra restraints that create more waste. Re-Play products are easy and fun for toddlers to use, unbelievably durable.
what parents are saying
We don't use any other plates! Love the separated sections, the fun colors, and recycled material (Oct 25, 2016)
Finally grabbed these at my local store. I like them it we are able to balance out meals (veggies/main/dessert). The only con would be it’s hard to clean at times with really stubborn spaghetti sauce.
Dec 23, 2020
These plates do the job and are just fine. There are lots of scratches in them from repeated use but they seem sturdy and I like that they are recycled. My son likes that he can keep his food separate
Nov 08, 2019
I really like the price point and the quality of all of t he replay items, I like that they are simple, solid colors, no pictures put on. I stopped buying anything with plastic designs do to peeling.
Sep 18, 2018
LOVE these plates! The dividers are a great reminder for us to make sure that we not only have the main entree, but fruits and veggies in the smaller areas. Bonus for using recyclable materials!
May 14, 2018