Church & Dwight Co. Inc.
Please contact Sales at: (212) 520-2765 or email PharmaNewsSales@informa.com
Latest From Church & Dwight Co. Inc.
C&D CEO Matthew Farrell says Zicam has 73% share in the US zinc-containing wellness product market. It's acquiring marketer Matrixx Initiatives at a price almost 15 times Zicam brand’s projected 2021 EBITDA.
Church & Dwight reports strong consumption of its Vitafusion and L’il Critters vitamins drove personal care product division sales up 24.5% and prompted it to use contract manufacturing to meet demand. The firm also adjusted its net sales outlook for the year to 11% and its EPS to $2.79-$2.81.
Vitafusion ‘Clinically Proven Absorption’ Claim Fails In C&D Appeal Of Industry Self-Regulation Review
Church & Dwight will comply with National Advertising Review Board decision to discontinue claim for vitafusion supplements. The panel rejected C&D’s argument that any amount of vitamin absorption is “clinically meaningful” and deferred to the National Advertising Division on C&D’s procedural challenge.
C&D said sales of its brands including vitafusion, L’il Critters and PB8 supplements, Arm & Hammer, Aim and Close-Up toothpastes and Waterpick and Spinbrush power toothbrushes helped drive 8.8% growth to $386.4m for the personal and health care categories.