Top Companies Report

The Top 50 Report

November 9, 2005

Companies making household and personal products and industrial and institutional products


1. Procter & Gamble Cincinnati, OH $21.5 billion
2. Colgate-Palmolive New York, NY $8.05 billion
3. S.C. Johnson Wax Racine, WI $4.2 billion
4. Estee Lauder New York, NY $3.96 billion
5. Avon New York, NY $3.18 billion
6. Bristol-Myers Squibb New York, NY $2.38 billion
7. Intimate Brands Inc. Columbus, OH $2.23 billion
8. Amway Corporation Ada, MI $2.2 billion
9. Sara Lee Chicago, IL $2.1 billion
10. Ecolab St. Paul, MN $2.08 billion
       
11. Clorox Oakland, CA $1.95 billion
12. Alberto-Culver Melrose Park, IL $1.91 billion
13. Revlon New York, NY $1.86 billion
14. Coty New York, NY $1.7 billion
15. Dial Scottsdale, AZ $1.43 billion
16. Johnson & Johnson New Brunswick, NJ $1.36 billion
17. Blythe Inc. Greenwich, CT $1.1 billion
18. Gillette Boston, MA $1.06 billion
19. S.C. Johnson Professional Polymers Sturtvant, WI $1.05 billion
20. Mary Kay Dallas, TX $1.0 billion
       
21. Block Drug Jersey City, NJ $707 million
22. Warner-Lambert Morris Plains, NJ $606 million
23. Church & Dwight Princeton, NJ $587 million
24. Schering-Plough Madison, NJ $542 million
25. Nu Skin Provo, UT $503 million
26. National Service Industries Atlanta, GA $488 million
27. Pfizer New York, NY $433 million
28. NCH Irving, TX $400 million
29. FFI Fragrances Miami Lakes, FL $361 million
30. Gap Inc. San Francisco, CA $304 million
       
31. John Paul Mitchell Systems Beverly Hills, CA $300 million
32. Chattem Chattanooga, TN $298 million
33. Jafra Westlake Village, CA $290 million
34. Playtex Westport, CT $280 million
35. Yankee Candle. Whately, MA $257 million
36. USA Detergents North Brunswick, NJ $243 million
37. Turtle Wax Chicago, IL $220 million
38. Del Laboratories Farmingdale, NY $203 million
39. Carter-Wallace New York, NY $200 million
40. Herbalife International Los Angeles, CA $198 million
       
41. AM Products Company North Arlington, NJ $180 million
42. Nexxus Goleta, CA $175 million
43. Carson Savannah, Ga $169 million
44. Conair Stamford, CT $155 million
45. WD-40 San Diego, CA $146 million
46. Liz Claiborne New York, NY $130 million
47. State Industrial Cleveland, OH $101 million
48. Bonne Bell Cleveland, OH $100 million
49. Inter Parfums New York, NY $87 million
50. Belae Brands Phoenix, AZ $75 million

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