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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: Mattel is launching a new 'The Future of Pink is Green' ad campaign. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Barbie is going green. Toy maker Mattel has unveiled its first Barbie doll collection made from recycled ocean-bound plastic. The firm hops to achieve "100% recycled, recyclable or bio-based plastic materials across all its products and packaging by 2030". The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection' includes three dolls whose bodies are made from 90% recycled ocean-bound plastic parts and an accompanying Beach Shack playset and accessories, made from over 90% recycled plastic. Mattel says that its "high manufacturing standards" ensure that this line delivers the same quality of play that parents have come to expect from Barbie. "This Barbie launch is another addition to Mattel?s growing portfolio of purpose-driven brands that inspire environmental consciousness with our consumer as a key focus," said Richard Dickson, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mattel. "At Mattel, we empower the next generation to explore the wonder of childhood and reach their full potential. We take this responsibility seriously and are continuing to do our part to ensure kids can inherit a world that?s full of potential, too." In addition to the new doll line, Mattel said they are continuing to promote sustainability through its Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Goal and The Future of Pink is Green brand campaign. "Barbie Loves the Ocean is a prime example of sustainable innovations we'll make as part of creating a future environment where kids can thrive," Lisa McKnight, the senior vice president and global head of Barbie & Dolls at Mattel, said. Credit - MATTEL / MEGA. 10 Jun 2021 Pictured: The 'Barbie Loves the Ocean Collection'. Photo credit: MATTEL/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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