P&G To Publish Product Safety Principles In Continued Transparency Push
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Firm will offer increased visibility into its safety assurance programs while providing ingredient detail on more than 3,000 products via SmartLabel, all part of its Ambition 2030 initiative.
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