Procter and Gamble's Transparency About Ingredients is Clear

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Procter and Gamble's Transparency About Ingredients is Clear

by Gina-Marie Cheeseman
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ICYMI: Proctor & Gamble's #transparency about ingredients is clear http://bit.ly/1M1kQKV via @Justmeans #CSR

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Some personal care product companies aren’t very forthcoming about the ingredients they use or ones they have eliminated. Procter & Gamble (P&G), which makes a plethora of personal care and cleaning products, including Dawn, is not one of them. The company that makes a multitude of personal care products now publishes a list of over 140 chemicals it does not use in any fragrances in its brands. And it also publishes the chemicals it does use in all of its products. Back in 2012, P&G published its full fragrance palette.

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Gina-Marie Cheeseman is a central California-based journalist who writes about sustainability, environmental issues, and healthy living. With a degree in journalism and a passion for social responsibility, she writes for a number of online publications. She believes that collaboration between the public and private sectors can help solve many problems facing the planet and its people. Mashable.com named Cheeseman as one of the “75 Environmentalists to Follow on Twitter.”

Keywords: Innovation & Technology | Justmeans | Procter and Gamble | Responsible Production & Consumption | Transparency | personal care products

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