C&D Extends Vitafusion Line Again, Catering To Children's Sleep, Other ‘Unmet’ Nutrition Needs
Church & Dwight extends its vitafusion gummy line with supplements for unmet nutrition needs, including skin, immunity, children’s sleep and teen nutrition. The products will launch in broad distribution, following the brand’s recently added Goodness and CBD lines.
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