Quality Comes First, Survey Finds
is important to parents of infants, few are willing to sacrifice quality in the name of price. So said an independent survey conducted by Drypers Corp. here.
To save money, 67% of those polled said they rely on cents-off coupons. Special in-store pricing sways 40%. The desire for quality is demonstrated by the fact that only 7.5% of those surveyed shop at resale stores, and just over 5% buy less-expensive, generic brands.
Simply put, time is money for today's parents, and many can't afford the time it takes to make their own children's clothes, toys, room decorations or formula. Each of these methods is practiced by less than 10% of those surveyed.
Binky-Griptight Adds Products
WALLINGTON, N.J. -- Binky-Griptight here has introduced two new products to its line of infant care products.
The "Take Along Potette" is a personal, portable potty-training system that features a plastic potty unit that can be folded for storage in a purse or glove compartment. When needed, the parent unfolds the potty and inserts a disposable pouch. The pouch's airtight seal allows for convenient disposal.
Binky's Sof Feed Spoon was designed to makes self-feeding easier because its head won't scrape delicate gums and skin. Sized for little fingers, the plastic handle was designed to be compatible with the length of most food jars.