“Ethnic” Personal Care Still Selling, But Line Blurring Between Ethnic/General
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The market for personal care targeted to "ethnic" consumers in the U.S. continues to show strong growth; however, people of color are spending far more on general-market products as the universal appeal of "green" goods has lines between the sectors becoming blurred, Packaged Facts suggests
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