July 7, 2008

Ever-Innovative Pampers Invents Way For You To Buy Fewer Diapers

note: this post began as a link roundup, but the topics were so far-flung, I broke them all out into separate posts.

The glass-half-empty crowd at Consumerist is treating the shrinking Pampers count as a sneaky, 5% price increase [from 23.7 cents per diaper to 25 cents, in the $20 case example they cite]. But why not praise Pampers for generously lending their support to their landfill-filling partner, Big Cardboard? After all, 5% fewer diapers/box means 5% more boxes to buy! [consumerist]

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Yes, it's a "feature!"

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