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Colgate Zero toothpastes and mouthwashes promote what’s missing; Tom’s of Maine natural personal care expands with prebiotic toothpaste, deodorant and hand soap; Gaia adds hemp to its herbs; and Church & Dwight goes environmentally friendly with VitaFusion Goodness supplements, adds CBD versions to line, too.
Colgate expects a ‘modest negative impact’ from the coronavirus on its first quarter results, but it made contingency plans for longer-term impact. In a presentation at the CAGNY conference, CEO Noel Wallace discussed a new anti-aging toothpaste in China and the latest iteration of Colgate Optic White in the US.
REACH and Dr. Fresh, as well as Firefly kids’ toothbrushes and mouth rinses featuring popular comic book and cartoon characters, will join Perrigo’s Ranir division under the $113m cash deal, which is subject to federal bankruptcy court approval but expected to close in the 2020 first quarter.
Colgate agrees to purchase Hello Products direct-to-consumer oral care brand, complementing its Colgate brand and its Tom’s of Maine natural-positioned line. The firm will pay with a combination of cash and debt in the deal expected to close no later than the end of February.
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