P&G Folds In Preservatives Poker, Shows Its Cards
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NGOs and their consumer followings continue the up the ante in the game of product preservation, but the odds are stacked against industry and there often seems to be no winning play. P&G is laying its cards on the table with new web pages detailing the firm’s preservative use across product categories.
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