C&D Trojan Retail Sales Rise 6% In Q2, First Response Up 7%
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Retail sales for Church & Dwight's Trojan condom business grew 6% in the second quarter, reflecting in part consumers' positive response to recent line extensions, C&D President of Personal Care and Armkel Brad Casper told analysts Aug. 5
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