Best parenting and baby brands in the 2023 Finder Retail Awards
We reveal Australia's favourite parenting and baby brands for 2023.
The Finder Retail Awards recognises Australia's favourite brands across more than 100 retail categories. We surveyed thousands of real Australians to understand how they feel about their recent product purchases and used that information to reward the most popular brands.
These are the winners in the parenting and baby category for 2023.
Best rated baby store: Baby Village
Baby Village was crowned winner of best baby store thanks to its impressive scores for customer service, product range, product quality and value for money. It was recommended by 92% of the customers we surveyed.
- Baby Bunting
- Baby Kingdom
Best rated baby formula brand: Nutura
Nutura has been crowned Australia's best baby formula with impressively high scores across ease of preparation, product range and value for money. A whopping 100% of surveyed customers recommend the brand.
Best rated baby nappies brand: Huggies
This year, Huggies came out on top as Australia's best nappies brand. It managed to beat out last year's winner Rascal + Friends thanks to exceptionally high scores for absorbency and anti-leak protection. 95% of people said they would recommend the brand to friends.
- Rascal + Friends
Best rated baby pram brand: Baby Jogger
Baby Jogger was crowned the best pram manufacturer in the 2023 Finder Retail Awards with an impressive 98% of respondents indicating they would recommend the brand. It received excellent scores in all categories including performance, ease of use, maintenance and value for money.
How we chose the winners
The Finder Retail Awards recognise brand sentiment from customer feedback on different retail product categories. Finder worked with data and insights company Dynata to conduct thousands of customer interviews regarding their product purchasing history and satisfaction with their purchased products.
Disclaimer: Please refer to our methodology for more information about how we scored and judged Finder Retail Awards candidates. While we endeavour to assess the majority of product providers in the market, this is not always possible and it may be that not every brand in the market was included for judging.
Meet our experts
Head of international PR, Finder
Susannah Binsted is the international PR manager at Finder. She leads the Finder Retail Awards for 2023.
Insights support analyst, Finder Awards
William Capada is a data analyst for Finder's Customer Satisfaction Awards. He helps make sense of all the scoring.
Insights analyst, Finder Awards
Saranga is responsible for gathering the data that fuels the Finder Awards. He ensures our winners are based on facts, not biases.
Senior editor, Finder shopping
Chris is a senior editor at Finder covering all things shopping and retail. He has been writing about consumer technology for 17 years.
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