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Binaca Marketer Enters Natural Oral Care With Dr. Ken's Buy

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Dr. Fresh looks to expand its newly acquired Dr. Ken's natural oral-care brand into the mass market and also hitch its own existing products to its new brand to enter the naturals channel

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