Christine Esposito, Associate Editor || March 13, 2013 From powders to single dose packs and pods, convenience and performance have driven the US detergent category over the last 50 years. And while consumers have benefitted from these all advances, they still don’t like doing laundry.
May 3, 2011 The Consumer Specialty Products Association surveys the practices used to ensure microbiological quality of household and institutional products by focusing on raw material controls, finished product quality and process hygiene.
Farrokh B. Malihi, Fargol Research Group || April 5, 2011 Despite turmoil in the region, Iran has great economic growth potential, thanks to its young, educated workforce and a wealth of natural resources, which include 10% of the world's oil reserves and 14% of the world's natural gas reserves.
Tom Branna, Editorial Director || January 10, 2011 After surviving the recession, the laundry detergent category has been hurt by price wars and a dearth of innovation. But a few observers insist there are signs that things are beginning to improve.
Anne Merete Nielsen, Dr. Teresa J. Neal, Sandra Friis-Jensen and Amulya Malladi, Novozymes || September 7, 2010 One cost-neutral solution is to replace surfactants with a multienzyme solution that improves the environmental impact of a liquid laundry detergent without compromising performance.