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BAHP adds five new members

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Aug '20
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The Centre for Baby and Adult Hygiene Products (BAHP) has added five new members to its community of personal absorbent hygiene product manufacturers and distributors. The new members are Albaad, Crown Abbey, First Quality, NorthShore Care Supply and Ontex. BAHP is the industry expert on disposable diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products.

BAHP represents companies in the product supply chain, being the industry expert on matters affecting the manufacture and use of disposable diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products. BAHP actively participates in dialogue with lawmakers and stakeholders to inform policy decisions and promote access to these essential products. The group's educational resources – DiaperAnswers.org and FemcareAnswers.com – provide expert information to consumers about essential products and pertinent topics.

"We are delighted to welcome these outstanding companies to our membership, as we continue expanding the breadth of our knowledge to provide consumers vital science-based intelligence about disposable diapers, feminine hygiene and adult incontinence products," said BAHP board chair Megan Ekstrom. "Each of these companies bring a unique perspective and we look forward to working with them to broaden our expertise and move BAHP forward as the primary voice for the personal absorbent hygiene product industry in the US."

The addition of NorthShore Care Supply enables BAHP to expand its engagement and educational efforts regarding awareness about the importance and accessibility of incontinence products.

According to NorthShore Care Supply president and founder Adam Greenberg, his company joined BAHP to "proactively work on policies and industry standards to help individuals managing incontinence live their life to the fullest with the most effective products possible."

"BAHP has seen significant membership growth over the past seven months due to evolving challenges facing the industry and companies seeking opportunities to engage in the dialogue," said Jane Wishneff, BAHP executive director. "We look forward to working with all of our new members to promote fact-based consumer education and product safety with both the public and with regulatory and legislative officials on Capitol Hill."

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