(CNN) — Move over peloton! Another company has found itself in social media crosshairs. This play-set by Fisher-Price is stirring up a lot of debate online.
It’s called Fisher-Price’s “Snacks for Two” charcuterie board. The toy maker’s website says it’s for preschoolers aged three and up.
The 15-piece set includes fake marble plates, a wood-accented cutting board and real fabric napkins.
One must also not forget the faux snacks of salami, cheese, pull-apart grapes and crackers.
People online have attacked the toy set for being “snooty, too hipster-ish and too high-brow.”
Others defend the toy, calling it “cute and something they would have liked as kids or even now!”
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