Vitafusion Energy, Orajel Line Extensions On Church & Dwight Plate
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
CEO Matthew Farrell showcases the firm’s new personal care entries, including a Vitafusion energy vitamin, Orajel extensions and a condom, during the company’s quarterly earnings call.
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