Ethical Observer award: Welsh firm Babi Pur shortlisted

A company from Snowdonia has been shortlisted for retailer of the year in this year's Ethical Observer awards.

Babi Pur, based in Penrhyndeudraeth, is a family-run online retailer selling ethically-sourced products for babies.

They include toys, clothes and washable nappies bought to fair trade standards and using only natural materials.

Owner Peter Barton said: "We've been put forward by the public - so I guess our customers - and we're really, really pleased about it."

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