In the spirit of fair dinkum that is core to who we are, I wanted to share with you more information about the FTC review of our claims and advertising. Following the FTC update of the Green Guides in September 2012, we have co-operated with the FTC for over a year to refine and further support our benefits, and made the necessary changes to our website and packaging last year. Rest assured that our product and core benefits are unchanged – our disposable inserts are still Cradle-to-Cradle certified, flushable, biodegradable in home compost (wet ones only) and plastic free. In fact, as part of this process we have done additional testing requested by the FTC that further supports these benefits. To learn more about gDiapers and the FTC Green Guides, please click here to read more.
by Kelli Martinelli
“Mommy, where do gPants come from?”
No need to hold your breath and pray for a change of subject, we’ve got this one covered. Mimi, our Director of Design and Development, gives a little insight into the creation of our gPants. It’s not quite as complex as the birds and the bees, but it is about life.
“For Fall 2013, I was inspired by the life around me,
I did not see the top. I did not blow kisses to my kids from the top of Mt Hood as I had promised them I would. I did what it seems like I do often in life: come up short and somewhere in the middle. It was devastating.
Here’s Mr. Portland himself, as introduced in our Meet the gTeam post. Please say hello to
Director of Global Operations – 5 ½ years at gDiapers.
“Short version – I buy it and ship it. I work closely with our manufacturing partners, warehouses and logistics providers making sure our products get produced, shipped and delivered.
Parenthood takes guts. Raising another human being to be the very best human that they can be is no easy endeavor. So how do we do it? One. Breath. At a time. Thank you to Jason Graham-Nye, CEO and co-founder of gDiapers, for kicking off our “This takes guts” blog series, just in time for Father’s Day.
Fatherhood is quite the trip.
With no instruction book included, early on