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Church & Dwight Co. Inc.

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US Consumer Health Q2 Earnings Preview: If Not For Headwinds, Tailwinds Would Be Trending

Analysts tracking consumer health product firms in the US anticipatevApril-June results lower than a year ago across most businesses. While some results will be lower on comparisons with strong growth in 2023, others will reflect a slow allergy season, retailers’ inventories remaining high as consumer spending slows or firms continuing to recover from supply chain problems.

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Marketplace Shows Consumers Bouncing Off Gummy Form Vitamins, Church & Dwight Sees

More than a decade after acquiring vitafusion and L’il Critter gummy vitamin brands and touting gummy as a key growth driver in the VMS space, C&D’s seeing different market trends.

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Church & Dwight Atoning For Gummy Vitamin Slump After Punishment From Supply Problems

Executives at recent investor conference offer explanations of what’s happened to sales of the brands in addition to describing the strategies and decisions which have driven company-wide average 6.3% annual net sales growth over the past 10 years.

Consumer Dietary Supplements

US Q1 Consumer Health Earnings Preview: Label This One Historic And Challenging But Promising

US OTC drug and supplement firms’ reports of results for the first three months of 2024 began on April 19 with P&G. JP Morgan analysts say while “some retailers in the US in particular” are reducing consumer health inventories, for the overall sector they expect “a healthier balance of positive volume and lower pricing contribution.”

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