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Beyond Softness
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published March 26, 2014
In the evolution of wipes, what they contain has become just as important as how they feel. Efficacy now, as well as aesthetics, plays an increasingly important role in a product’s success. Read More »
To Flush or Not to Flush
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published February 18, 2014
The wipes market continues to develop products that can go down the drain while encouraging consumers to think before they flush. Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published September 26, 2013
This summer the disposable wipes market received two major coups that will help it grow in two important, and potentially profitable categories. The first, of course, is the long-awaited, final solvent-contaminated wipes rule (better known as the &l… Read More »
Wipes Continue to Expand
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published June 12, 2013
Consumers’ craving for convenience drives sales across many categories. Read More »
The Baby Diaper Market
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published January 7, 2013
Technology innovation and high growth markets continue to propel the baby diaper market forward. Read More »
The Explosion in Niche Wipes
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published September 15, 2010
get ready for a slew of niche wipes that are worth writing home about Read More »
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published June 2, 2010
sure but steady growth defines the last decade as niche products continue to crop up Read More »
Household Wipes: Searching For The Next Swiffer
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published February 12, 2007
growth slows as the market awaits its next blockbuster Read More »
Consumer Wipes Continue Boom
Published June 1, 2005
new growth opportunities eyed for future Read More »
INDA earns EPA award
Published May 6, 2014
Campaign cuts clogging from non-flushable materials in Maine’s wastewater by 50% according to initial post study. Read More »