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C&D Boosts Gummy Vitamin Manufacturing As Consumer Stockpiling ‘Wiped Out’ Supply

Executive Summary

Church & Dwight invests in two manufacturing plants to increase production of its vitafusion and L’il Critters gummies after COVID-19-related stockpiling clears many customers' inventories. Demand for the products and nasal hygiene helped drive 10.2% domestic consumer sales increase in the first quarter.

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