J&J Will Cut ‘Slack’ From Packaging To Settle California Litigation
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
J&J has agreed to repackage beauty and health products across its portfolio within two years to remove excess packaging that district attorneys in California claimed was deceptive in a complaint filed in Fresno superior court. A Dec. 18 settlement agreement also requires the marketer of Neutrogena, Aveeno and Johnson’s products to pay a half-million-dollar fine.
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