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Clorox Pays $290M To Digest Entry Into Probiotics With Renew Life

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Clorox Co. enters the probiotics space with a $290m purchase of Renew Life, a firm with annual sales of $115m. Clorox plans to expand the firm's lines in the natural product and mass retail markets while targeting new points of sale.

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