Amazon.com (AMZN) has grown to the point that it now sells more batteries than Duracell and nearly as many diapers as P&G's (PG) Pampers, according to venture capitalist Mary Meeker's Internet report.
Meeker released her annual Internet trends report today at the Code Conference in California.
Among her findings was that Amazon now sells more private-label batteries than Duracell, owning about 30% of the U.S. market as of August 2016.
The Seattle-based e-commerce giant also now ranks third in selling baby diapers, behind Pampers and Kimberly Clark's (KMB) Huggies, taking over 15% of the market.
Shares of Amazon were lower during afternoon trading on Wednesday.
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