Gap, which owns Gap, is going to have to stop selling baby clothes to babies.
In Canada, Gap will no longer be selling baby clothing to babies, even if the company wants to.
Gap Canada announced the changes, in a statement to CBC News: We are removing Gap Baby, Baby, and Baby Lingerie from the store for a number of reasons.
The new policy will allow Gap to better align with its brand and our community of young people.
Gap Baby is now available only for girls and will no long be available for boys, while Baby Lingers will remain available for girls, boys, and families.
In Canada, there are currently more than 7 million babies under six.
The Canadian Association of Independent Business has estimated that about 3.5 million Canadian families rely on Gap to pay for diapers, baby supplies, clothing, and other essentials.
So what’s the catch?
Gap’s baby clothes were already available for a little while, but now they’ll have to be sold in the U.S.
A Gap spokesperson told CBC News, “It is our policy not to sell baby clothes or infant clothes, including diapers and baby blankets.”
The spokesperson said the company has already changed the brand and has no plans to stop doing so.
Gap’s baby-specific clothing is currently available in Canada and the U: The brand is not changing its policy to continue selling baby and infant clothing.