While looking for old school cloth diapers, I realized that there was a completely new world of alternatives to grandma's diapers and huge diaper pins...with one BIG problem!
As I explored, it became clear that my community -- the Black community-- was unaware of the new age alternatives to wasteful diapers and other baby products. So I created CooperRose™ as a means of providing resources and products to parents who may not otherwise be aware of their options.
In the US, there were 3.8 million babies born last year. Each baby, on average, has a diaper change of 2700 times in the first year. That’s 1.2 billion diapers in a landfill.
CooperRose is directly decreasing landfill with our biodegradable and 95% compostable.
Due to demand, we have grown to include other products like reusable nursing pads, khangas (traditional carriers) and sustainable baby clothes.
With Sustainability, Integrity and Customer Experience at the center of our company, we are doing our part to make sure your journey is as enjoyable and memorable as possible.
Small Batch Manufacturing and Local Craftsmanship are 2 of the many ways that we maintain our value. By keeping these principles in mind, we are able to employ folks who believe in our mission. We work with people who are both talented and passionate about the community. We want to honor their craftsmanship and honor quality over quantity, which is something that is overlooked by mass production.
We consider several things when deciding on offerings for CooperRose™:
• sustainability • price point • ease of use • manufacturing process of materials • health and wellness of the families using and making the products • effectiveness and quality • origin
We hope that we can exceed your expectations while remaining accessible. If there is ever any question about our products, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Visit our website or email us. Always true and always the eco+swanky+baby company, CooperRose™
CooperRose™ advocates for cloth diapering, breastfeeding, baby-wearing & eco-parenting in communities that lack support.