August 2000
Progressive Grocer;Aug2000, Vol. 79 Issue 8, special section p16
Trade Publication
Provides information on the 1999 marketing and merchandising condition of disposable diapers in the United States. Volume increase posted due to increase in birth rate; Growth of premium-priced diapers; Sales increase posted.


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