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Monday, October 18, 2010

Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value Diapers

I have tried various brands of disposable diapers for little Brandon. The ones we use most of the time were the Pampers Baby Dry. I have also tried store brands, but none of them I liked and they weren't as soft. I was given the opportunity to try Whole Foods Market 365 Everyday Value Diapers in size 4. At first I was skeptical about store brand diaper products, but this was something new and Brandon and I never tried it before. I didn't even know Whole Foods have their own brand of baby diapers.

While we are still using cloth diapers, Brandon only use disposable diapers at night time and while we are on the road or not at home. When I first tried the 365 Everyday Value Diapers, I realized they were just plain white with no characters that are usually printed on most diaper brands. It kinda made me think "organic" (which this isn't). With the smell, there wasn't really any strong diaper smell compared to the Pampers. It was soft and I really like that. The wide flares gave better protection and so far we haven't experienced any leaks.

The new line will continue to perform the following essential diaper duties:

1.       Protect against leaks.  Protect us from pooptastrophe.  Deliver us from evil.  Guard our laps, couches and cribs from ruin, not just during the routine day to day, but during that 7-hour family road trip when there’s no rest stop in sight. With absorbency gel made from a non-toxic super absorbent polymer and the new accordion fastener that ensures a snug fit, 365 Everyday Value™ Baby Diapers keep your kids dry and happy, via natural means.

2.       Baby bum preservation.  A successful diaper must meet and exceed objective 1 while protecting the delicate skin of your baby’s bottom.  Comfort is key and so is product make-up.  Hello! Harsh chemicals can lead to allergic reactions and diaper rash and have no business being near kids’ sensitive skin.  365 Everyday Value™ Baby Diapers are made with chlorine free materials, are hypo-allergenic, latex free, and contain no perfumes or dyes making them a safer, healthier choice for your tot- and the environment.  Speaking of…

3.       Minimize environmental impact.  Disposable diapers are a mom’s best friend and one of the Earth’s worst enemies.  According to the Clean Air Council, Americans throw away 49 million diapers per day. (Holy crap!) Made from wood pulp fluff sourced from family-owned, sustainably managed forests and with significantly less material than traditional plastic diapers, 365 Everyday Value™ Baby Diapers are responsibly produced and reduce the amount of waste that ends up in our landfills. Because they are chlorine, dye and latex free, these diapers are not only less likely to irritate your baby’s skin; they are less harmful to our soil and thus a more sustainable choice for on-the-go eco-conscious moms everywhere.           

365 Everyday Value™ Baby Diapers can be purchased at your local Whole Foods Market stores.

Disclosure: I received a package of Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value™ Baby Diapers at no charge in exchange for a review of my opinion. Thanks to OrganicWorks PR and Whole Foods. The opinions expressed are my own personal and honest thoughts. No other compensation was given.

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