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  • "Other people are replacing a child or have a monkey as a surrogate child," she said, "and here's a furry little human in Pampers and overalls."

    Pet capuchin monkeys can turn on their owners, experts warn

  • So how guilty should you feel for choosing plastic over paper or keeping your baby's bottom wrapped in Pampers?

    Survey: More Americans feeling 'green guilt'

  • "I will never buy them again either," writes Laura Wolf on the "Recall Pampers" site.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • Since then a Facebook group calling Pampers to bring back the old "Cruisers" also surfaced and more and more people have joined in on the PampersVillage. com conversation.

    HubSpot's Inbound Internet Marketing Blog

  • Recall Pampers Dry Max movement gets slammed by Procter & Gamble

    DailyFinance

  • Internet retailer Amazon piled the pressure on Ocado today with the overnight launch of a grocery division selling 22,000 products including brands such as Pampers nappies, Ariel washing powder and Pedigree Chum dog food.

    Amazon launches online groceries division as Ocado gears up for flotation

  • Any amount of items can be ordered including well-known brands such as Pampers or Huggies nappies plus their best seller – pre sterilised bottles so no need to sterilise bottles whilst on holiday!

    Have baby will travel.....

  • So I went to my main shopping list and searched for "Pampers," tapped the poorly-named "Add to Today" button, went back to my shopping list, found the entry, and finally taped the "Price Comparison by Stores" button.

    PCWorld

  • Broken Glass endures ribald tales by unsavory regulars such as Pampers, a frequenter of the sex district who lands in jail, only to be sexually abused by the inmates.

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News

  • And net earnings at the consumer product giant jumped 25% in the last fiscal year despite intense pressure on pricing of its own products such as Pampers, Tide and Crest, coupled with escalating costs for transportation and raw materials, particularly those tied to oil.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

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