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J&J International Baby, Beauty Lines Could Lead Trimming 10% Of Consumer Portfolio

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J&J plans to cut 10% of its consumer health portfolio, with most divestitures in the baby and beauty care segments outside the US. It plans to focus on growing “stronghold” categories of skin health and self care, including Aveeno and Tylenol.

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