Shaunie wrote:That would be a huge time intesnive job Emily. I can see your thinking though. The majority of fabrics that make our nappies probably come from China. I take comfort in the fact that we are not adding to landfills and are being kinder to babies skin.
Goodness, Im not thinking of donning my detective hat and finding out the answers to all these questions!! I just wondered if people do or should take it into consideration when buying?
Would you pay £12 for a totsbots bamboo fitted where they are quite transparent about their sourcing and carbon footbrint, and maufacturing in the UK or would you buy a MKB nappy for £6.50 but know that they have been flown from china and uncertain of their manufacturing conditions.
Would you make an effort to find out?
Just ponderances, rather than palns of actions
I wouldnt make a massive difference to find out-not akin to the scale of research mentioned here-but yeah-i do prefer to use either uk products or wahm products ,but more to do with people keeping jobs here because people are finding it very tough with competition from cheap imports from places like china-but i guess that another thread altogether :laugh: i still stick by my original point that even those from china are still reusable though and better than sposies-especially if resold later xx