J&J Baby Care Launches Crucial To Second-Half Consumer Business Results
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Baby care products sales were a drag on J&J's consumer sector, falling at a reported 7.7% to $456m. US sales particularly were off, down reported21.2% to $89m, and international results were off 3.7% to $367m. Worldwide beauty sales were up a reported 3.1% to $1.11bn, but US sales were down 1.8% to $637m.
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