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Pioneering Black-Owned Baby Brand With Inclusive Baby Images Inks First Partnership With Buy Buy Baby

TinkyPoo, the world’s first eco-friendly diaper brand with inclusive baby images, has announced its first retail partnership with the newly reinvented buybuy Baby.

“I wanted a brand that celebrated our babies from the time they existed the womb and showed them how beautiful and lovely they are. We’re thrilled to now be in the sole biggest baby store in the country, and we’re just getting started!” 

Source: TinkyPoo’s bundle / Photo by First and Last PR

The precious little ones, ranging from newborn to size 4, are empowered to experience diversity and inclusion when they don TinkyPoo. The diapers come alive with depictions of cultural heritage and images of babies of many races and ethnicities. From tribal or kente-styled lettering to a Pan-African flag, black power fists, and stars topped with red fists, TinkyPoo is supporting baby from “mind to behind.” 

Source: TinkyPoo’s inclusive diapers / Photo by First and Last PR

The company website states, “Get to know (and trust) what you’re putting on your baby.” TinkyPoo diapers and baby wipes will be on shelves in various locations: Amherst, NY; Braintree, MA; Bridgewater, NJ; Christiana Town Center, DE; Paramus, NJ; Rockville, MD; Scarsdale, NY; Springfield, VA; West Hartford, CT; Woodbridge Township, NJ.

Source: Black Enterprise

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