Colgate Offers 'Anti-Aging' Toothpaste In China, Ready For 'Prolonged' Coronavirus
Colgate expects a ‘modest negative impact’ from the coronavirus on its first quarter results, but it made contingency plans for longer-term impact. In a presentation at the CAGNY conference, CEO Noel Wallace discussed a new anti-aging toothpaste in China and the latest iteration of Colgate Optic White in the US.
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