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Church & Dwight U.S. Personal Care Sales Near $500 Mil. With C-W Brands

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Church & Dwight's U.S. personal care product sales will increase more than three-fold to nearly $500 mil. with the acquisition of the Carter-Wallace consumer brands. Revenues for Church & Dwight's personal products business currently total about $150 mil., according to the company.

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