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Wonderoos double triumph in Prima Baby Awards

18/03/2016

Wonderoos - the washable nappy brand owned by Earthwise Trading Ltd - is celebrating following double success at the 2016 Prima Baby Awards. The two washable nappy brands manufactured by Earthwise Trading - Wonderoos V3 and Real Easy have been awarded Gold and Silver respectively in the Best Reusable Nappy category in the highly regarded Prima Baby Awards.

The Prima Baby Awards recognise and reward the best products and services currently available in the baby and parenting industry. The shortlisted entries are tested and judged by a team of baby and parenting experts, as well as a panel of parents ready to really put the products through their paces!

Christine McRitchie, Brand Owner, comments, “Winning two Prima Baby Awards in the same category is a massive endorsement and a huge privilege. We are delighted and very proud of the achievement."

Wonderoos are the original single-sized pocket nappy that can be adjusted easily to fit most babies from 8 to 35lbs. Wonderoos have a ‘stay-dry’ lining, waterproof outer layer and two super-absorbent inserts. The insets are removable to make washing and drying Wonderoos as quick and easy as possible.

Real Easy is a sized All-in-One reusable nappy, designed to be easy on, easy to change, easy to wash – really easy.  Real Easy nappies come in several sizes to give the best fit at each stage, and are constructed with a soft micro fleece lining to keep baby feeling comfy and dry, while the thirsty soakers take care of the wetness.

Earthwise Trading focuses on manufacturing, distributing and retailing reusable nappies, and reusable menstrual products, which reduce waste, save money, and work in harmony with nature.

About Christine McRitchie: Christine lives in Long Wittenham, Oxfordshire with her husband and their four daughters. Christine has over 12 years’ experience and is able to talk confidently and with conviction about family, business and environmental matters.

Christine will available for interviews during Real Nappy Week (18 April 2016).