gDiapers Brings A Whole Lotta Color to Diapering -- gDiapers launches 2012 Fall Collection of gPants--
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- gDiapers has set the bar for cute, and that bar is pretty darn colorful. gPants, which are cotton diaper covers that use gDiapers' 100% biodegradable disposable insert, are a far cry from the traditional all-white disposable diaper, or the dyed brown plastic of alternative disposables. gDiapers keeps babies at the height of hip and cute to boot in colors like gurple purple, genuine vanilla bean and genius blue. Fun prints and even coordinating top and bottom sets bring fashion to the diaper category and have become quite the collector's prize on re-sale sites and social media forums.
gDiapers offers plastic-free newborn diapers called tiny gPants and then a range of sizes to fit babies up to potty-training. And the colors just keep coming. gDiapers releases a new collection of gPants in the spring and fall. The fall collection is now available at gDiapers.com.
Founded in 2005 by parents Jason and Kim Graham-Nye, gDiapers is a family-centered, socially responsible company located in Portland, Oregon. They love babies and the planet, which is why they started a diaper company that is gentle to both. gDiapers are plastic-free, elemental chlorine free, latex free, and perfume free. gDiapers disposable inserts are the only diaper to be certified 100% biodegradable. They can be home composted, tossed, or flushed. And they are Cradle to Cradle certified which means that everything that goes into making them gets reabsorbed by the planet in a neutral or helpful way.
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