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itti bitti bestowed with PTPA Media Seal of Approval
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Jun '11
The itti bitti nappy company today announces it has been awarded the influential Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Media's Seal of Approval as a "2011 Best Product Award Winner."

PTPA Media honors practical, high-quality products and services tailored to the children's industry. Products are tested by an independent panel of parent volunteers who evaluate products in their own homes to ensure winners are chosen on merit and the consumer experience -- not for commercial purposes.

"I created the uniquely shaped and fitted cloth nappy for my itti bitti daughter because I was tired of bulky nappies not fitting properly. I'm truly honored that PTPA Media has bestowed itti bitti with its Seal of Approval. This award speaks volumes about what mums want when it comes to a nappy brand for their babies," says itti bitti inventor Sue McLachlan.

Sharon Vinderine, CEO and founder of PTPA Media Inc., says, "When consumers search for our Seal of Approval on product packaging and websites, they are essentially searching for validation from their peers. Their peers will have objectively tested and approved these products based on their performance in a real life environment."

The itti bitti nappy company was established late 2005 when Australian mom of two and cloth diaper lover, McLachlan, designed a uniquely shaped, fitted cloth diaper to suit her daughter. She wanted a design that was truly unique, prevented leaks, and used an ultra-soft minkee fabric. Within a few months, the diaper she created became one of the most popular cloth diapers in Australia and has now found a home with parents and retailers in the United States through Eco-Distribution USA.

The itti bitti nappy co was established in 2005 when Newcastle, Australia, mom and cloth diaper lover Sue McLachlan designed a uniquely shaped, fitted cloth diaper to suit her itti bitti daughter. Unhappy with the bulk of many cloth diapers, McLachlan created a design that is extremely trim and fit.

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