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J&J Pulls Plug On Talc Across Its Baby Powder Portfolio, Shifts To Cornstarch-Based Products

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As it did when it halted sales in US and Canada in 2020, J&J’s latest announcement attributes its decision as coming from a “portfolio assessment” and stated it remains confident in using talc in baby powder and cosmetics.

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