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Craigie’s Coda At Church & Dwight: Vitamin Production Capacity Boost

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Production on additional lines starts and the boost in supplies of L'il Critters children’s and Vitafusion adult vitamins comes not a moment too soon. “We have been living hand to mouth for a number og months as demand has exceeded our capacity,” says CEO James Craigie, who is retiring.

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