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Procter and Gamble Owns All This

 
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Procter and Gamble Owns All This
Brands with net sales of more than US$1 billion annually

From page 26 of Procter & Gamble 2006 Annual Report [1].

* Ariel laundry detergent
* Bounty paper towels, sold in the United States and Canada
* Braun, a small-appliances manufacturer specializing in electric razors, coffeemakers, toasters, and blenders
* Charmin bathroom tissue and moist towelettes
* Crest toothpaste
* Dawn dishwashing detergent
* Downy fabric softener and dryer sheets
* Lenor fabric softener
* Duracell batteries and flashlights
* Gain fresh smelling liquid and powder laundry detergents, liquid fabric softener and dryer sheets
* Gillette, variety of razors for men and women, shaving cream for men, body wash for men, shampoo for men, deoderant and anti-perspirant for men
* Head & Shoulders shampoo
* Iams dog and cat foods
* Olay Personal and beauty products
* Oral-B inter-dental products
* Pampers & Pampers Kandoo disposable diapers and moist towelettes
* Pantene haircare products
* Pringles potato crisps and wheat crisps
* Tide variety of liquid and powder laundry detergents, stain remover for laundry and stain remover pen
* Wella hair care products

[edit] Other current brand details

This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

* Ace Laundry Detergent & Additives
* Align GI Healthcare (Probiotics)
* Alldays Feminine hygiene
* Aussie Haircare (shampoos/conditioners/styling aids)
* Blue Stratos Popular Cologne
* Bold2in1 Laundry Detergent
* Bounce fabric-softener sheet for dryers
* Camay, a lightly-scented bath soap
* Cascade dishwasher detergent
* Cheer laundry detergent, available in powder and liquid
* Christina Aguilera Luxury fragrance for young women
* Clairol, a personal care products division of Procter & Gamble that makes hair coloring, hair spray, shampoo, hair conditioner, and styling consumables
* CoverGirl, the largest color cosmetics brand in the U.S., with distribution in Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and Switzerland as well
* Crest, toothpaste
* Daz Laundry Detergent
* Doctor's Dermatologic Formula, skincare
* Dolce & Gabbana colognes
* Dreft laundry detergent. It was actually the first synthetic detergent used for delicate clothing and dishes when introduced in 1933 from Proctor & Gamble.
* Dunhill Luxury Fragrance for men
* Era, Proctor & Gamble's first liquid laundry detergent
* Escada Luxury Fragrance for women
* Eukanuba premium dog and cat foods
* Fairy dishwashing liquid & toilet soap
* Febreze odor eliminator
* Fibresure Vegetable Supplements
* Fixodent Denture adhesive
* Flash Household Cleaning
* Gleem toothpaste
* Glide Dental floss
* Gucci colognes
* Herbal Essences Haircare
* Hugo Modern, Luxury Fragrances
* Hugo Boss colognes
* Iams dog and cat food
* Infacare Baby Bath
* Ivory soap
* Joy dishwashing liquid
* Lacoste colognes
* Luvs disposable diapers
* Max Factor cosmetics sold in Europe
* Metamucil Healthcare (GI: bulk fiber)
* Mr. Clean household cleaning products
* Nice n Easy hair color product
* Nicky Clarke hair products
* Old Spice
* Pepto-Bismol digestive medicine
* Prilosec OTC (Heartburn medicine)
* Puffs tissues
* PUR Water Filtration
* Safeguard anti-bacterial soap and liquid anti-bacterial hand soap
* Scope mouthwash
* Secret deodorant
* Sebastian Professional haircosmetics
* Silvikrin Haircare
* SK-II beauty products
* Swiffer cleaning products
* Tampax tampons
* Viakal Cleaning products
* Vicks Healthcare (Cough & Cold)
* Zest soap

[edit] Divested brands

Brands owned by Procter & Gamble in the past, but since divested:

* Actonel
* Asacol
* Biz Originally an enzyme-based laundry pre-soak, later a detergent booster, then an all-fabric bleach, sold to Redox Brands in 2000
* Cinch, an all-purpose glass and surface cleaner, was sold to Shansby Group, a San Francisco investment firm, later acquired by Prestige Brands
* Chloraseptic, throat medicine and lozenges sold to Prestige Brands.
* Clearasil, over-the-counter acne medicine sold to Boots Healthcare.
* Coast, bar-soap brand sold to Dial Corporation in 2000. Dial now owned by Henkel/
* Comet, long-time P&G brand of cleanser owned now by Prestige Brands
* Crisco (vegetable oil and shortening) sold to J. M. Smucker.
* Crush/Hires/Sun Drop carbonated soft drinks (sold to Cadberry Schweppes in late 1980s)
* Dantrium, sold to JHP Pharmaceuticals and SpePharm
* Dryel home dry-cleaning kit sold to The OneCARE Company.
* Duncan Hines packaged cake mixes, sold to Aurora Foods (now Pinnacle Foods) in 1998
* Folgers coffee was acquired by The J.M. Smucker Co. based in Orrville, Ohio in June 2008.
* Hawaiian Punch, now owned by Dr Pepper/7up
* Infusium 23 (shampoos/conditioners) - sold to Helen of Troy's Ideill Labs unit in March 2009
* Jif (peanut butter) -- divested by Procter & Gamble in a spin-off to their stockholders, followed by an immediate merger with The J.M. Smucker Company in 2002
* Lava, sold to WD-40 in 1999
* Millstone coffee was acquired by The J.M. Smucker Co. as part of its Folger's coffee acquisition in Orrville, Ohio in June 2008.
* Monchel, a beauty soap
* Noxzema, a skin cream and beauty products line, sold to Alberto-Culver Co. in 2008
* Oxydol sold to Redox Brands in 2000; Oxydol was P&G's first popular laundry soap, then later became a laundry detergent after Tide was introduced in 1946.
* Pert Plus, introduced in 1987 as the first "2-in-1" shampoo incorporating conditioner in one bottle. It was the market leader in 1992 with a 10.1 percent share. Now in a "declining stage", sold to Innovative Brands, LLC in July 2006. The original Pert was introduced in 1979, but declined to less than 2% before Pert Plus turned it into a 2-in-1 product.
* Prell shampoo, sold to Prestige Brands International in 1999
* Spic and Span, now owned by The Spic and Span Company, a division of Prestige Brands
* Sunny Delight orange drink, spun off in 2004
* Sure, anti-perspirant/deodorant line was sold in October 2006 to brand-development firm Innovative Brands
* Lilt Home Permanents, Including "Push Button" Lilt, The First "Foam-In" Home Permanent In A Can. Sold To Schwartzkopf/DEP in 1987
* Salvo, a brand of detergent tablets which was sold from the early 1960's up to the mid-1970s
* Thrill, a peach-scented brand of dishwashing liquid, discontinued in the mid-1970's.
* Top Job all-purpose cleaner, merged into the Mr. Clean brand in 1990.
* ThermaCare brand heat wraps, sold to medical company Wyeth in 2008
* Vizir, was a detergent, mostly sold in Europe
* Wondra, a brand of hand lotion discontinued in the late 1980's





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