Proctor and Gamble looks for a Trade Reset

Despite a decrease in Trade spending, Proctor and Gamble saw another successful quarter fueled primarily by COVID-19 related buying patterns. Organic sales increased 8 percent, with all top 10 global categories seeing growth.

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