Using old favourites to enliven the baby fixture is the strategy adopted by BBC Worldwide and Enid Blyton. The BBC's first standalone nursery brand aimed at parents of very young children will be based on Andy Pandy. The first products are planned to be launched in September 2002. Meanwhile, Enid Blyton's Noddy will be fronting a nursery range next year. The constant need to refresh the babycare fixture to attract new users has led to a raft of interesting, convenience based concepts. Avent has developed what it claims is the first non-spill cup for toddlers under its Avent Magic range. Also available are Trainers which are cups fitted with interchangeable handles. Both are available in two sizes ­ 200ml and 260ml ­ and in single and twin-packs. CeDo, formerly known as Poly-Lina, says that in 2000 its volume sales of odour neutralising, disposable Nappy Sacks rose by 11%, equivalent to 451 million sacks. It is capitalising on this growth with increased marketing activity which includes press and sampling. CeDo is also continuing its Bag It & Bin It campaign which educates consumers to dispose of these products more considerately. A novel idea from Hipp Nutrition UK is traditional pancakes in sauce which will be launched in time for Pancake Day on February 12. Aimed at children from 12 months, these pancakes have been chopped into baby bite size pieces. They will be available in two sauces: peach and apple, and apple and cinnamon. {{FOCUS SPECIALS }}