Deception Alleged In P&G, Unilever Personal Care Product Packaging
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The firms have no lawful justification for the nonfunctional slack fill in their antiperspirant and deodorant packaging, which misleads consumers into paying premium prices, according to proposed class-action complaints filed in September in New York district courts.
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