Training pants may be keeping kids, and parents, in diapers longer, but they may also prove to be leaky barriers against retail profit erosion in the disposable diaper category, said retailers interviewed by SN. The products, which give busy working parents additional time to potty-train their children, are falling prey to the same low profit margins that have prompted many buyers to view regular diapers as loss-leader items. Retailers are watching margins on pull-up pants slip down, ...

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