Prestige Brands Extends Summer’s Eve Line On Ingredient Concerns
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Summer’s Eve helped drive the firm’s net sales up 3% to $257m in Prestige Brand’s latest quarter, but it also drove analysts’ questions on whether the brand will sustain growth despite health care advocates’ concerns about potential harmful effects from some ingredients common in feminine wipe products.
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