Source: Npros 6/10/2010

EcoQuest to Market New Nappies in the Outback First

EcoQuest is planning to launch its new 93 percent biodegradable disposable baby diaper, Little Takas, this year in the land down under. The decision to launch in Australia first was reached because natives there pay more for disposable diapers as well as buy more per year. Steve Moncur, formerly of Sweden's Nature Baby Care (Naty) and an expert in the field, will head the project's push into greener pastures through both retail and online outlets initially.

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