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We're fanatics about your child's safety and our commitment to the environment.


At Milton & Goose, we take the safety of our children and our responsibility to the environment seriously. To that end, we produce all of our toys using the highest grade, nontoxic materials. Our paint is free of phthalates, lead, and heavy metals; and our materials are furniture-grade, sustainable Baltic birch and solid, enduring North American maple. Our original play kitchen models are made with the best made-in-the-USA magnetic chalkboards on the market; and all models are built of porcelain on steel for a lifetime of play.


We went to great lengths to ensure that every detail stands up to the demands of daily play while remaining safe for your little ones. Our kitchens have been rigorously tested to meet or exceed federal ASTM-F963 toy safety guidelines, because when it comes to our children, we don't want to take any chances.


We support US and eco-friendly manufacturing. Our kitchens are made in rural Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, by a second-generation Amish toymaker in his family-owned facility. Our unique, Amish manufacturing facility remains mostly off-the-grid and aims to minimize waste. We source what we can locally to keep our footprint small and our business stateside. This also allows us to oversee every aspect of manufacturing for tighter quality control; assurance of fair working conditions; and the ability to deliver a superb product to our customers each and every time. 

 We stand by our products, now and for years to come.

We know kids can be rough on their toys, and though our play kitchens are among the sturdiest on the market, we want to make sure your children will be able to enjoy them for many years. We stand by our quality and craftsmanship – if something breaks, we will happily replace or fix as necessary. To get the most out of your Milton & Goose play kitchen, we recommend following our care instructions, detailed here.


For more information on our materials or processes, or to report an item in need of repair, please contact us at