The organic home: for minimalist living

Non-Toxic Toys April 08 2017, 0 Comments

The short list of what you won't find in Twoodies:

  • No Carcinogens 
  • No Endocrine Disruptors
  • No Fire Retardants
  • No GMOs or Synthetic Biology 
  • No Heavy Metals 
  • No Nanoparticles 
  • No Herbicides, Insecticides or Pesticides 
  • No Harmful Chemical Solvents or VOCs
  • No Behavioral, Developmental or Neurotoxins
  • No know allergens
  • No BPA or other plastics
  • No lead tainted paint
  • No metals or magnets 
  • No toxic glues or adhesives

"The reality of life today is that we live in a toxic world surrounded by thousands of invisible chemicals and toxicants which infiltrate the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink and the products we use every day. These silent encounters with chemicals have been linked to nearly every disease raging in America from ADD, Allergies, Alzheimer’s, Asthma, Autism and Autoimmune diseases to Infertility, Cancer, Diabetes, Chronic Inflammation, Obesity, and Parkinson’s disease."

Twoodie wooden gem in walnut from America and safe wood for baby toys  Twoodie wooden gem baby toys in gem shape and oak wood from America  Twoodie wooden gem baby toys in gem shape and cherry wood  Twoodie wooden stacking gem in Japanese Zelkova wood with visible woodgrain

Twoodie wooden gems arranged in crown formation on wooden surface

JOB OPPORTUNITY: February 20 2017, 0 Comments


Organic food is an $80Bill industry. Consumers pay more/buy organic food because it’s A) ‘Healthier’ B) better branded and C) has a certified supply chain.

Twoodie is the first brand for organic non-consumables: for the hardgoods that surround us in every home, school and office.  Those that are natural and biodegradable, non toxic, non polluting and with no threat of endocrine disruption.  We make products out of ‘organic wood’ and have started with an ‘ALL-IN-ONE’ baby toy solution because of justified consumer concern around sensitive infants.

Rather than pay for third party certifications we have made Twoodie completely open - hypertransparent, so that everything is accessible and communicable to the world via the web.  Our approach is to use technology to open ourselves up to scrutiny and let consumers decide. By selling exclusively online and being vertically integrated we capture all the value and can ‘afford’ to do this honestly.  We design and control the global supply chain end-to-end so we can (in theory) take full responsibility for it.  Being an ‘open book’ is a strategy that proves to consumers we deserve their trust (and that we are obsessed with making the best products).  It’s also our personal philosophy.

Transparency at Twoodie currently just looks like a very candid data dump.  

It’s all there: good/bad/ugly and lots of “work in progress”.  That’s iteration 1.


A disciplined individual who will be able to teach themselves whatever they need to know, even if they’re not confident.

Someone to design Twoodie’s web/technology infrastructure in order to creatively, transparently and “inappropriately” touch our clients and the market. To use the tools of new technology to explain and communicate ‘stylistically’ what we are about.

No one has ever done this for a consumer brand before. We have some ideas but it will be largely about discovery and exploration, trial & error… and possibly public failure.

Ideally you speak at least one other language (we do) and are not nationalistic.

We need someone who’s not precious about only doing “intellectually stimulating” work because there is inevitably a reasonable amount of shit stuff to do in a startup.



1 Jan 2018 (but we want to run a freelance project with you before then)

Hong Kong (we will sponsor your visa and arrange accommodation).  We move, a lot.

Shares vested over 4 years.

Interested?  Curious?  Contact us via or +852 92424147 (HK)

(It’s Jeanne & Steven)

Here we go... September 16 2014, 0 Comments

So we are open to the public for comments, criticism and hopefully one day... also some sales.

Doing this business is like baring your soul, its pretty scary.  So we hope you like what you see, or at the very least you will know that what you see is what you get.  We'll post videos and photos of us hustling to get Twoodie working and probably also some new product ideas and team members.