While some diaper companies boast designing their cloth diapers in the USA, and then export production overseas, some companies have 100% made in the USA cloth diapers. Supporting USA Made Cloth Diaper products is important for many reasons. For starters, a company who puts jobs in America first, often while sacrificing the potential for lower cost items and a higher profit, should be noticed. Why? For starters, the impact on the cloth diapers have on the environment is even greater! Products don’t need to take a trip literally overseas to get to your doorstep. This uses less gas from boats, vehicles and airplanes seriously reducing emissions. Also, products made in the USA offer a higher level of transparency with production, livable wages, humane working conditions and no child labor. So; What diaper brands are made in the USA? Here’s a list and some affiliates:
Best Bottoms diapers offer diaper covers with a snap-in insert. In addition, they have training pants, leggings and swaddling blankets. Using PVC-free materials, they are comitted to using as many made in the USA materials as possible in addition to having USA based production!
Bottom Bumpers is a Mom made business and produced in the USA! With a great embroidered selection exclusively sold at Nicki’s Diapers, they also offer side-snapping diapers, OS diapers with rise snaps, soakers and boosters. They are well known for their embroidered Holiday diapers and offer a diaper embroidery for every state at Nicki’s! You can read the Change Diapers Review to see a diaper in detail.
Possibly the most well known and best selling pocket diapers, Bum Genuis certainly has created a name in the baby industry. Producing their staple Pocket diaper, their All-In-One Bum Genuis Elemental and covers including Flip and Econobum, the Cottonbabies line continues to expand. They produce and ship the majority of their products right of St. Louis Missouri and offer a nice selection of both solids and prints.
Blueberry diapers offer AIOs, diaper covers, inserts, swim diapers, trainers, wet bags, a tote and even organic fibers. Also offering Swaddlebees, these diapers are both Made in the USA and use USA made fabrics whenever possible. While I haven’t tried a blueberry diaper, I am working with Diaper Junction for an upcoming review of their product (stay tuned)! Diaper Junction also offers an exclusive print with the company and a great selection.
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