The Goldberger Company's Sensitive Baby Sammy Doll featured on The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet
New York, NY – December 17, 2008
Don’t let the recession spoil your kids’ Christmas! Goldberger Toys Sensitive Baby Dolls are featured on the Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, where they find out how to buy a table full of toys for less than $100.
The Goldberger Company's Sensitive Baby Sammy Doll Honored with BabyZone.com Amazing Toy Award Award
New York, NY – November 3, 2008
The Goldberger Company, formerly The Goldberger Doll Mfg. Co., Inc., a family owned and operated toy company that has specialized in producing dolls for more than ninety years, proudly announces that today Babyzone.com published the 11 Best Baby Toys for their Amazing Toy Award and Sammy was chosen as one!
Mommy’s Baby Honored with iParenting Media Award and
New York, NY – September 12, 2007
The Goldberger Company, formerly The Goldberger Doll Mfg. Co., Inc., a family owned and operated toy company that has specialized in producing dolls for more than ninety years, proudly announces that its Mommy’s Baby doll has received an iParenting Media Award and The National Parenting Center’s 2007 Seal of Approval.
President and CEO Jeffrey Holtzman Testifies About Selling Toys with Phthalates
Reprinted from ivillage:
This adorable, soft 14"-inch play-and-learn doll, created by the Goldberger Company, has seven learning activities to help teach and improve skills such as basic dressing abilities, letter and word recognition, motor skills, hand-eye coordination and senses of sight, hearing and touch.
Chemical In Toys Has N.Y. City Council Concerned: Phthalates Are Found In Vinyl Flooring, Garden Hoses
By Cindy Hsu for CBS, June 29, 2007
(CBS) NEW YORK – There's a push to ban children's toys made with a controversial group of chemicals called Phthalates. On Thursday members of the New York City Council were looking at whether to ban them from store shelves.
Phthalates are a family of compounds made from alcohols and phthalic anhydride. They are oily, colorless, odorless liquids that do not evaporate readily. They are found in plastic children's toys and products to make them soft. The concern is kids are putting the toys in their mouths.
By Justin Grant for Reuters, June 28, 2007
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Toy Industry Association said on Thursday a proposed New York City Council bill restricting the sale of toys containing phthalates "is not supported by science" at a hearing before the council's Health Committee.
In proposing the bill, the Health Committee cited a study conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency on pregnant rats, who gave birth to male rats with deformed genitals after being fed types of phthalate -- a chemical ingredient used to soften plastics like those used in baby toys.