Colgate Stakes Oral Care Platform On “Incremental Cavity Protection”
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
“The benefit of this incremental cavity protection … is something that we will build upon,” says CMO Nigel Burton. The firm seeks to build the Colgate Maximum Cavity Protection brand in emerging markets, where consumers struggle with cavities due to a lack of fluoride in water.
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