As I said in a journal, Peppa Pig knockoffs were found by NSW Fair Trading in its annual Christmas product survey in 2014, as I predicted.
Some time ago when I was looking for fake Dora the Explorer, I saw something about Dora teaching the good value of buying the real thing.
Further searching for knockoff Peppa Pig merchandise revealed a Peppa Pig puffer ball in the UK which contained an unidentified and most likely unsafe chemical.
I observed a trend in Peppa Pig knockoffs earlier in the year and therefore made a prediction mentioned earlier on (which was correct).
One of the fakes (Peppa & Family) looked so real that some cannot tell it apart - Mummy and Daddy Pig had the incorrect colour clothes, and the artwork looked a bit off.
In 2013 in the US, five companies importing and selling knockoff toys were busted and the knockoffs included Peppa Pig.
Peppa Pig in Chinese is 粉紅豬小妹 , and I have read that factories in China will produce what they are asked to produce, no matter what.
This piece was created in response to my sightings of a number of these knockoffs earlier on.