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Church & Dwight Claims Marketplace Advantage With Value Pricing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Church & Dwight credits its recession-resistant portfolio, innovation, increased marketing and expanded distribution with continued growth despite reduced consumer spending. CEO James Craigie cautions competitor P&G against a price war, suggesting that it will match its competitor’s moves, whereby “nobody wins.”

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