How many mysteries lie in a small piece of diaper?
It is not an exaggeration that a piece of diaper can cause a dispute between mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. Ms. Jin, who lives in Erdao District, Changchun City, is troubled by this. From Japanese brands to German research and development, imported supermarkets to e-commerce overseas shopping, after more than ten pages of guides, the baby still has a 'red butt'. The mother-in-law thinks that she is not diligent and thrifty in housekeeping, and even worries that the diapers will appear 'bow-legged' after a long time. The controversy of diapers appears in almost every family of infants and young children. 'There are not only differences in ideas, but also misleading caused by market chaos.' Jiang Manxia, secretary-general of the Household Paper Professional Committee of China Paper Association, said that in Europe, Japan and other places, diapers have been used for more than 40 years, and have been scientifically demonstrated and popularized.
However, the concepts in our country have not yet been formed, coupled with differences in income and environment, there will be cognitive differences. Some advertisements are likely to bring obstacles to consumers' choices. 'For example, individual manufacturers will pour water into diapers to judge whether they are good or not. However, diapers are not only an indicator of water absorption.' Jiang Manxia said. At the same time, the barriers to entry in the diaper industry are relatively low, and many small and scattered companies have been involved in it. 'It can be done with an investment of hundreds of thousands of yuan, and some micro-businesses directly connect with factories.' A practitioner in the diaper industry said. Jiang Manxia said that my country has established a national standard system for diapers very early, and also strictly conducts spot checks and unannounced visits to enterprise production and industry order. But it is easy for big brands to regulate, but it is difficult for small workshops to control. 'A large number of small and scattered enterprises have increased the difficulty of supervision.'