Diamond Brands-#1 Brand
Diamond Brands is the largest U.S. manufacturer of wooden matches, toothpicks, plastic cutlery, and clothespins. Diamond is known for dependable quality and offers the most expertise and experience in the industry. America loves Diamond disposable plasticware products because they are made strong, shatter resistant, sanitary, and convenient. Diamond also carries a variety of clothesline and ...
I just recently purchased your flat toothpicks. They are of very poor quality. They are not up to the standard of your previous production. Do you have any that is US made? I would like to buy some.
by Thomas Chang - 07/09/10 17:31:09 - 18.104.22.168
Suddenly I am not able to find your flat toothpicks (blue box) in the Iowa City, Iowa area. Were can I buy them?
Your notice says that I acknowledge having read the Terms of Service. I clicked on "Terms of Service" and the only thing to come up was a copyright notice on an otherwise blank page. I did read the copyright notice.
by Phil Phillips - 11/22/10 23:00:45 - 22.214.171.124
Bought a box of your flat toothpicks, blue box, 750 count. These are of very, very poor quality, they break very easily, and have slivers of wood on the edges which can penetrate your lips and gums when using them. The quality of these has really deteriorated over the past few years. Tell the Chinese, where they are made, to get their act together or you will move the manufacturing to Bangladesh!!!!!!!!
by Jim Isenberg - 01/27/11 11:06:00 - 126.96.36.199
Why has the quality of your flat toothpicks become so poor? How hard would it be to make a good toothpick?
by Gary Scott - 01/31/11 18:41:32 - 188.8.131.52
I purchased some of your matches (strike on box kind). There is such a
stingy bit on the tip that it took 16 matches ruined to get one lit. I
am ashamed that these were made in the USA.
by Virginia Wilson - 02/13/11 10:46:32 - 184.108.40.206
I bought a box of your flat toothpicks (blue box) and they are terrible and not useable.Tell your Chinese supplier to shape up.
by John Walter - 02/13/11 12:26:11 - 220.127.116.11
I have been trying to purchase domestically produced & manufactured items, even though sometimes they are a little pricier. I go through a lot of matches--in Northern Michigan using only wood heat. I recently purchased a 3 pack of 250 count "strike on box" and noted that the MADE IN USA was missing...as I recall the "made in USA" has been on previous boxes. I'm curious about the quality now---my experience in the past is that the Diamond matches were the best. Also...I wanted a direct line to the company to inquire...any such thing????
by cale meier - 02/15/11 10:27:34 - 18.104.22.168
I have been using your product for over 25yrs to create one of a kind art,even though your toothpicks are not all the same size,they do not go to waste.When you merged together with Forster toothpick years back,I combine your round toothpicks,with Forster square toothpicks,to create a flower arrangement to represent your merge as one.But I've used over 500,000 of your toothpicks, in 58 sculptures.So no complaints out of me,use your imagintion on the toothpicks that don't measure up,I did ,40,000 of those misfit toothpicks went into one project. If interested to see this art work using your product,you can contact me at,firstname.lastname@example.org I'm proud to use your product.
by Frank Sanchez - 02/15/11 22:28:25 - 22.214.171.124
Your toothpicks that are made in China are of terribly poor quality, not up to the standard one enjoyed when they were made of US wood and made in the US. How can it make sense to produce wooden toothpicks in China and bring them to the US-only if they are made by slave labor and wood that isn't useable for any other purpose than to break apart easily. Get your act together. CEW
by CEWilson - 02/27/11 11:05:52 - 126.96.36.199
I'm don't like diamond matches anymore, the quality is piss poor. T'd hate to be some where my life depended on liteting a match. I would be a dead man;
by chester - 03/07/11 14:56:59 - 188.8.131.52
What happened to your matches? They don't strike on the box like they used to. More often than not it takes 5 or 6 strikes to get them to light and sometimes they never light. I am very disappointed in the quality of your product and will not buy them in the future.
by nhweaver - 03/08/11 15:31:25 - 184.108.40.206
The quality of your flat toothpicks & stick matches has hit an all time low. We have been using your products for years, but will no longer. Maybe the Chinese will use them since they are now making them !!
by Fred - 03/19/11 13:51:48 - 220.127.116.11
I have used your matches since 1961. In recent years the quality has deteriorated. I Rcently purchased some at Wal-Mart (Green Light) that
show remarkable improvement. Hope it continues.
by Peter - 04/02/11 12:54:48 - 18.104.22.168
I have used Diamond flat toothpicks for many years.I purchased two boxes but they are useless for toothpicks so maybe you would tell me where I could buy good ones like they used to be.
by Carl T - 04/20/11 21:38:21 - 22.214.171.124
I am old enough to know these are not your grandfathers matches. Put a little more head on them to make it a fair fight to strike them.
by Downs_B - 06/14/11 20:52:52 - 126.96.36.199
What happened to Frank's Sanchez toothpick work of art????????///////////
by email@example.com - 08/25/11 15:47:46 - 188.8.131.52
I've always used Diamond brand matches, other than the occasional breakage, never had much problems with them until now. I recently purchased the 'greenlight' type and believe it should be recalled. Everytime I strike a match, it shoots a spark back at me. A serious spark we're talking here. I watched a piece of the matchhead roll down the front of me smoking and thought to myself, "Sheesh, set myself on fire before the match is barely lit." I will be returning them to the store with a complaint.
by firstname.lastname@example.org - 10/01/11 08:33:13 - 184.108.40.206
the new strike on box matches are not very good thy dont light very good .
by janie felton - 10/02/11 09:44:13 - 220.127.116.11
got a coupon for " diamond wood matches anyone know where to buy them
by pat - 08/03/12 14:38:17 - 18.104.22.168
Your Matches Suck!
by DAVE MATHEWS - 08/17/12 11:19:26 - 22.214.171.124
I bought a box of 300 matches and half of tthem will not strike, I counted 27 plain match sticks with no strike surface on them, I started counting after getting so frustrated, this was on one night of counting them, if these are made in the USA I am ashamed of our products, no wonder people look to other countries for other sources. This seems to be more prevalent on the green tip matches.You are ripping people off by using an old dependable name on your matches!!!!
by Marcia Seehorn - 10/30/12 09:44:48 - 126.96.36.199
The toothpicks are made in China!!!!!!! REALLY?????? I agree with the previous reviews about the toothpicks. Is it really that cost effective to make manufactor toothpicks in China? Why oh Why can't you make them in the USA????? I did not see any response from your company, so I guess you just dont give a darn about the poor quality of you product. Shame on you!
by tab - 11/18/12 14:37:29 - 188.8.131.52
Sirs, Have used your matches for decades but lately found your "strike anywhere" type to be lacking. They strike well on other surfaces but the box strike suface is near useless...What the hell that about? Grit from China?
by David L. Greer - 12/03/12 11:48:21 - 184.108.40.206
Just opened a box of your flat toothpicks to use for party snacks. one quarter of the box is nothing but splinters. You have traded quality control for cheap Chinese labor and profit. Well you lost this family as a future customer,we got ripped off.
by Ron Beagle - 12/24/12 10:11:12 - 220.127.116.11
Sirs, your "greenlight" 32 count small box matches are a major disappointment.
So many of the matches failed to light or just fizzeled they are fustrating to use. To call these "green", to me, is just a gimmick. I purchased a "store" brand made in India to compre to yours and all of them ignighted. Why do you make such an inferior product? As much as I want to purchase "made in America" products, I will not buy yours again. MJE
by Edwards,Michael - 01/02/13 11:58:36 - 18.104.22.168
your new green matches are junk , will not buy anymore , ashamed to see made in the usa on the box
by sid - 01/02/13 12:47:40 - 22.214.171.124
Best recall all of your Chinese made flat toothpicks if you want to keep up the rep you once had. Very poor PR.
Please get US. quality back on the shelves for us to purchace and keep the dollars and jobs here in the good old USA,
by Bruce Choy - 03/18/13 11:40:37 - 126.96.36.199
Have been purchasing your 250 round colored party picks for years. I have a catering business and was always well satisfied but the last few boxes seem smaller in diameter because I am encountering an unusually large amount of broken ones in the boxes and they break way too easy when I insert them in my food items. Q.C. needs to check this out. I am switching to Foster. F.Y.I.
by david hawksley - 05/07/13 13:25:04 - 188.8.131.52
I have bought the Diamond flat toothpicks for years. The last two boxes of flat toothpicks (750 count blue box) were terrible. The toothpicks were of inferior quality (brittle, thin and slivers of wood on edge of toothpick). I've had little pieces of the toothpick lodged between my teeth. I had to use an oral pick to dislodge it. Am throwing out these two boxes of toothpicks. Get back to manufacturing good quality toothpicks and stick to USA made!
by alice w. - 01/14/14 23:33:06 - 184.108.40.206
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