But they are large – and therefore easy to handle. They stick better than huggies and are easy to remove and stick on. The diapers are thick like Huggies Natural Fit but don’t feel like cloth like Luvs.
With major diaper manufacturers, you’re likely to pay a little more for the name itself – in other words, for their credibility. But the diaper market has come a long way since just a few companies dominated the scene, and now many generic branded diapers perform just as well, if not better, than their long-time competitors.
Swimwear, training diapers and biodegradable diapers are expected to bring in a total of $3.7 billion in the same year. In a recent Statista poll, Huggies was identified as the most popular diaper brand among Americans.
All Good diapers launched in 2020, exclusive to Walmart. They are owned by P&G and are the diaper “for millennials”. Not surprisingly, millennial parents are harder to please when it comes to baby products. We only want the best, healthiest and most environmentally friendly products.
Both diapers are similar in terms of functionality and both work well for babies. However, Pampers gets a higher score based on better absorbency and less leakage, and fewer babies develop rashes with Pampers than with Huggies.
< li>The cheapest nappies: Luvs Pro Level anti-leak nappies.
Four months ago, as US shoppers were stockpiling items like toilet paper and disinfectant wipes as Covid-19 fears surfaced in the US, a few aisles down consumer goods giant Procter & Gamble quietly debuted a Walmart-exclusive brand of baby diapers called All Good.
Parents Choice Diapers – Walmart.com.