Huggies Little Snugglers Diapers – Size 1 – Huge Pack


Country of Manufacture Rating


Company Rating

Manufactured in : United States


Huggies is Named Best Diaper for LGBTQ+ Equality in our SweetScore Recommends Review by Kelly Black.


Made in USA by Texas based Kimberly-Clark.

Top selling, quality diaper, made to be strong and absorbent.

Not green or sustainable in any particular respect.

Manufactured under US Federal and State environmental laws, so there are some protections afforded as to Procter and Gamble’s manufacturing processes.

You’ll note that this diaper’s Place rating is a little lower than the Place rating for Diapers made by Seventh Generation. That’s due to the fact that Huggies maker Kimberly-Clark is headquartered in Texas, which has a poor record on protection of women’s reproductive rights and other issues SweetScore Place ratings track.

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Points in favor of this product:

  • Made in USA
  • Respected product and product manufacturer

Points not in favor of this product:

  • We’re not aware of anything about these diapers that is particularly sustainable
  • Maker’s headquarters location (Texas) has been moving to aggressively restrict the reproductive rights of its citizens
  • Of potential interest to those concerned about the ethics of the current administration and those in the GOP controlled Senate who support it, this product maker’s headquarters location (Texas) boasts two GOP senators and voted to elect DLT in 2016


For a diaper specifically designed to be more sustainable, see Diapers from Seventh Generation.


See other Diapers available on SweetScore.


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