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Synonyms for diaper

Synonyms for diaper

garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist


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a fabric (usually cotton or linen) with a distinctive woven pattern of small repeated figures

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We continue to commit to utilize strong online marketing outlets to supply quality private label disposable diaper products to our customers with competitive pricing," says Taiwo Aimasiko, CEO of Bemax Inc.
Majority of the global demand for super absorbent polymers is concentrated in three industries - disposable diapers, adult incontinence products, and female hygiene products.
Even if you choose the most expensive cloth diapers brand new, you'll still save money compared with the $2,580 it would take to buy disposable diapers over the course of a child's life.
4%), Hengan, Unicharm and Chiaus contributed 55% to the total sales volume of baby disposable diapers together.
market is the largest in the world when it comes to disposable diapers, with global market research firm Mintel placing its value at almost $6 billion for 2010.
If the operation of the factory is suspended for a long time, it could affect production of disposable diapers, the newspaper said.
Disposable diapers normally take centuries to biodegrade in landfills.
At the beginning of following case study, we explain product features of disposable diapers and give a general outline of the market.
According to a 2000 study by Greenpeace International, most brands of disposable diapers contain Tributyltin (TBT)--a toxic pollutant known to cause hormonal problems in humans and animals.
Moreover, they note, more than 90% of the almost 30 million disposable diapers used every year wind up in landfills, where it can take up to 500 years for those diapers to decompose.
TenderCare disposable diapers Earth's Best has long been known for its organic baby and toddler food, but now the brand is branching out.
NEW YORK -- The disposable diapers segment continues to be marked by innovation more than perhaps any other category in chain drug retailing.
The 450 billion disposable diapers used each year contribute nearly 77 million tons of solid waste to landfills, and a disposable diaper takes at least 500 years to degrade.
disposable diapers, not to mention diaper services vs.