Pat Avenue to distribute BioBuddi

Published on: 14th September 2023

Pat Avenue UK is to bring BioBuddi, the award-winning sustainable range of bio-based building blocks, to the UK and Ireland territories, later this month.


BioBuddi is the environmentally-friendly construction range that is designed to build a better tomorrow. The blocks in each set are made from the unusable residues of the sugar cane plant, and are suited to both pre-schoolers and older children, with Big Blocks for little ones and Small Blocks and Dominoes for ages four-plus.

This new distribution agreement comes at a great time for the brand, which has been recognised previously in the Play for Change Awards, Baby Innovation Awards, NCW Magazine’s Eco Excellence Awards and Lux Life’s Parent & Baby Awards.

Guy Rooney, managing director at Pat Avenue, said: “We’re delighted to be distributing BioBuddi. This innovative collection delivers something fresh into the market, offering an exciting range of building block sets that does not compromise on quality, affordability, fun or ethics. Our expectations for the line are understandably high, and the marketing support that we will be putting behind the line will reflect our ambitions.

“Between the BioBuddi Small Blocks sets and Domino Race 360, which are all about wheeled fun, and BioBuddi Big Blocks sets, which offers fun, pre-school-friendly, animal and vehicle themed projects, there’s something for all young builders to delight in. All will keep young minds occupied, whilst refining motor skills, and developing problem solving and planning skills. Plus, there’s the benefit that BioBuddi blocks are compatible with other brands.”

Buyers and retailers can place their BioBuddi orders with Pat Avenue, with stock available this month.

For more information, email or call 01604 678780.


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