The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association's annual Innovation Awards honor "some of the most exciting new baby and children's products on the market today, including interactive toys, eco-friendly gear, and life-changing safety items," per a press release.
NeoHeat is one of 10 finalists in the infant/parent care category, a nod for a product that "raises the bar by offering parents breakthrough products that help safeguard and care," says JPMA executive director Lisa Trofe.
"This year's finalists have made important advancements in quality and safety for products that will help make parents' lives easier and give them added peace of mind," Trofe adds.
Voting for the "Parents Pick" award, the "Editor's Pick" award, and the "Best in Show" awardwhich goes to the product with the highest overall scoreends Friday, per the JPMA website.
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