The retailer, which is known for selling tons of different products, from popcorn to night cream, for just $3 is now selling baby products at super-affordable prices. 

By Maressa Brown
January 23, 2019
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January 23, 2019

Memes and internet listicles may tease parents for being obsessed with coupons, savings apps, and tracking sales, but the fact of the matter is that essentials for a little one can add up quickly. Finding the best deal is crucial for many families to stay on budget. Being able to score must-haves like snacks and toiletries for just $3 each may sound like a fever dream, but it's actually the very real concept of Brandless, an internet-based retailer that offers products across a variety of categories: food, beauty, household and kitchen items, etc. And today, the site launched their new Baby and Pet categories

With this move, the company aims to provide parents with products for their little ones that are gentle, safe, high-quality, and fairly priced. Case in point: Brandless diapers are made with sustainably sourced plant-based materials in the topsheet and backsheet, and an absorbent core containing wood pulp from sustainable forests. They're also hypoallergenic, free of latex, fragrance, lotions, and chlorine, and offer 12-hour protection. The price point is amazing, too: Brandless shoppers can score 50 diapers for just $9.

The new category also features baby food pouches, which contain organic, non-GMO fruits/veggies and cost $3 for packs of four 3.5 oz. pouches, as well as cruelty-free baby care items like baby wipes, lotion, shampoo, and diaper rash cream.

And if parents needed even more reason to feel good about shopping with the online retailer, they're also committed to giving back. Brandless works with Feeding America, which is committed to providing children with the nourishment and supplies they need to thrive through its large network of food banks and meal programs. In 2016, Feeding America distributed over 3 million pounds of baby products—including food, formula, and diapers—to families in need. Every time a consumer checks out at Brandless, the company donates a meal to someone facing hunger through their partnership with Feeding America.

Talk about win-win.