We are a well established (10 yrs) sustainable & consumable baby brand that was hit hard the last 18 months by the heavily increased logistics prices and delays. Now that logistics have finally normalized at a reasonable rate, we are looking to consolidate our debt and keep a healthy inventory flow, while working to get our product into some major big box retailers.
Andy Pandy is a small family owned baby diaper brand committed to making a difference through our products. Our silky soft bamboo diapers we'll your baby smiling all day.
First bamboo disposable diaper to the U.S. market in 2013.
Established website with subscription service.
Contacts with large retail chains with plans for orders before years end.
Nearly 20 million in sales since inception.
Amazon (Vender Central) buy's wholesale direct from Andy Pandy.
Made with love for our children and our planet.
We launched our e-commerce business in 2013 with a bamboo disposable diaper. Since then, we have added bamboo training pants, organic baby wash/shampoo, and organic baby lotion.
Diaper rash and irritation aren't just felt by our little ones, we feel it too!
Why bamboo? Bamboo is soft, strong, and super absorbent. It is naturally hypoallergenic & antibacterial, free of bleach and other harsh chemicals that can cause diaper rash.
Our planet can feel the difference as well!
Bamboo products are better for the environment. It is one of the fastest-growing sustainable resources on the planet and is grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides. And it's biodegradable. Win-win!
In the diaper business, shit really happens! Disposable diapers are a $71 billion-a-year industry with an estimated 95% of mothers in the U.S. solely using disposable diapers for their children. From birth to potty training, a baby goes through an average of 7000 diaper changes.
The biodegradable baby diaper market surpassed $2.6 billion in 2021. Projections indicate that by 2031 the market value will be at $5.3 billion with a compound annual growth rate of 7.5%.
With more social awareness than ever, the demand for biodegradable plant-based diapers is growing due to concerns among parents regarding the side effects of conventional diapers made from chemical-based materials.
Customer reviews on Amazon 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,907 global ratings 5 star 79% 4 star 9% 3 star 6% 2 star 3% 1 star 3%
"I often recommend these diapers to my patients who are struggling to get a handle on severe diaper rashes." Dr. Emily Copeland, Pediatrician, Dallas, TX
OEKO-TEX certified Confidence in Textiles Standard 100
FSC certified - This ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits.
Over the last 10 years, we have grown organically with a very small marketing budget. From our inception until now, Andy Pandy is closing in on $20 million in total sales. It's time to take it to the next level.
We are a small family owned business that takes a great deal of pride in our approach on keeping things simple.
Along with my husband, we only employee three virtual assistants that have been invaluable in our efforts.
Macy has been with us for almost 10 years. She is our do it all, extremely loyal, motivated rock that keeps us going. She is very knowledgable of the industry.
Cindy is going on her 6th year with Andy Pandy. As our Customer Relation Specialist. She has been an invaluable asset for us and has been cross training so that she can learn all fassets of the business.
Jay is our Logistic Specialist. He has been with us for 7 years and works directly with our manufacturers for all inventory and purchase order related dealings.
While holding a full-time job and raising a family, Jessica had an idea. The idea was to develop a sustainable diaper that was gentle on baby’s skin and friendly to the environment. It was born from her love for children and the need to preserve the planet for future generations. 10-years later, Jessica now juggles her time as the CEO of Andy Pandy and as a Mom who teaches her kids about life by having first-hand experience of the different cultures through world schooling. Jessica is proud of what Andy Pandy Kids has accomplished as a small family business and is committed to making a positive impact through Andy Pandy products and looks forward to leading Andy Pandy in the years that come.
We have never wanted or intended to become a large corporation. However, we understand that growth is needed in order to survive the cutthroat business world.
With an already existing presence in the natural baby market, we intend on expanding our product line with more organic and sustainable baby products such as baby wipes and more.
We have a team in place with the objective of sourcing new products, expanding our reach into retail stores, and starting selling in countries outside of the United States and are looking for an investor/partner to help us get to this next level.