Mommy Please, the makers of a popular organic pretend food set, have proudly broken their summer (June 20th, 2016) milestone marketing goals. In celebration, Mommy Please is not opening bottles of champagne, nor is the company handing out bonuses to their dedicated employees. The makers of the Pretend Food set  on are celebrating their achievement by setting new and more ambitious goals for the coming year.

600 reviews with an average of 4.5 stars or better is Mommy Please’s review marketing goal that they plan to reach before December 20th, 2016. The company’s spokeswoman, Elsie Murphy, admitted that the goal is ambitious; however, she commented that their business has a history of doing the improbable. Currently at 496 reviews averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars, the company is well on its way to reach success.

Specializing in making healthy educational tools such as organic pretend foods that are BPA Free, Mommy please claims their product’s design and quality is what allows them to shatter their marketing goals consistently. The product is designed to be educational, featuring Fun Food Facts on the backs of certain pretend food pieces. The pretend food also features all 4 food groups as well as healthy and un-healthy foods so that children can diagnose the benefits and problems associated with each.

When asked why the company was not celebrating their achievement in an orthodox manner, Murphy responded, “Why waste time? We expect nothing but greatness at Mommy Please, and every employee loves their job. To settle for anything but the absolute best would be a crime for [Mommy please], so we’ll keep moving forward with our dreams, to create a healthy world by making the best pretend food on Amazon.”

The pretend food is currently on sale for $23.91 on Amazon with a 100% Satisfaction Money Back Guarantee. To learn more about this product and Mommy Please, visit
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