Dypers’ plant-packed eco-friendly disposable diapers are now available at select Whole Foods Market outlets. This is the first time that Dyper products will be available in brick-and-mortar retail stores.
“Having our products on the shelves of Whole Foods Market stores is a milestone for our business – and our customers,” said Sergio Radovcic, Founder and CEO of DYPER. “We’re thrilled to join many other natural, organic, and better-for-you brands as a viable alternative to conventional disposable diapers that can address parents’ efficacy and safety concerns while helping the planet with thoughtful materials and a plastic neutrality.”
Dyper products are free of chlorine, latex, alcohol, lotions, TBT and phthalates. Premium high performance diapers are unprinted, unscented, soft to the touch, yet extremely durable and absorbent. Made with viscose fibers from responsibly sourced bamboo, diaper sizes 3, 4 and 5 are available at select Whole Foods Market stores.
“Customers choose Whole Foods Market for the high standards we set for every category we sell. DYPER exceeds these standards and meets our expectations in every way,” says Jennifer Mandanici, Global Category Merchant at Whole Foods Market. “As the only compostable diaper on our store shelves, shoppers will be delighted that this product offers sustainable innovation at an affordable price.”
Last month, Dyper announced that it had diverted more than 10 million pounds of diaper waste from landfills through its commercial Redyper landfill avoidance program, a program that offers curbside collection of used diapers in many major US cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. such as through a postal service.