Unilever Q1 Benefits From Dry Spray Deodorant Uptake, Reverse-Wash TRESemme
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
A polarized consumer in both developed and emerging markets, who just as soon trades up as down, has posed challenges for the firm of late. However, Unilever's broad portfolio caters to seesawing consumers, while recent innovations in deodorant and hair care drove underlying personal-care growth in the quarter.
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