No more wasteful wrappers, fillers and accessories! From gift wrapping to the basket itself, everything are reusable.
From 100% organic cotton clothing to food-grade stainless steel bottles, all products are free of toxic plastics.
Each basket is artistically wrapped with cloth using the ancient Japanese Furoshiki technique that combines simplicity and reusability with elegance.
The products are handpicked by our experienced moms who know what's best and what's not. Not only cute, the products are essentials, non-toxic and reusable for a longer period in a baby's early life.
"She raved about every single item in the basket, including the basket itself and the wrapping! Overall, she said it the best baby gift she has ever received."
Reviewed by Marilyn L
"This is just so different. I had to look it up through the tag to see where my colleagues got it. It was beautifully wrapped that I was reluctant to unwrap it lol. The color of the unicorn print is just so beautiful and the material is super soft. Loved everything about it."
Reviewed by Rogers
"This gift I purchased for a friend is non like other baby gift. Minimalist packaging! I was looking high and low for gifts that are not wrapped with cellophane or paper. Never thought about using cloth wrapping a gift. Feeling good giving a zero waste gift! The delivery is insanely fast."
Reviewed by Emma
Our Zero Hunger project is our commitment to help fight child hunger. We strive to make Zeronto™ a complete social enterprise that does all things good for our planet and humanity.
10% NET PROFIT DONATED
For every basket purchased, 10% of our net profit will go towards buying meals for the children in Mother Teresa Anbu Illam Orphanage (a part of Mother Teresa Foundation) in India.
It all began when founders Eva and Francis had their first child. Of course, they were thrilled - and as with many newborns, their excitement was shared among their family and friends. From the birth in Toronto to visiting Eva's family in Los Angeles, they began to receive their first baby gifts to celebrate the occasion.
The couple were very grateful for the gifts, but they quickly noticed the sheer volumes of unnecessary packaging that the gifts were wrapped in. Layers of plastic, shinny ribbons, straws, and foam started to fill up the garbage bin. They began to despair at the waste.
Suddenly, an idea struck - what if we can change this? What if we can design a greener, more sustainable way to present wonderful baby gifts that will reduce waste and positively impact the family and environment?