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Toothpaste Industry Market in India and Analysis of Consumer Purchasing behavior Submitted By Rohan Kumar Pattnaik-11BM60108 Akash Krishnatry-11BM60106 Sourabh Chaturvedi-11BM60013 Yash Mehta-11BM60116 Abhishek Thampan-11BM60126 TOOTHPASTE INDUSTRY: AN OVERVIEW The toothpaste history in India can be tracked back from 1975 with 1200 tonnes of toothpaste produced by the toothpaste industry. Prior to the toothpastes Oral Hygiene was the domain of local homemade powders and ayurvedh practitioners...

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Toothpaste critique

Mouzam Arif Mr. O’Gorman ENG3U0 – A September 16, 2014 Writing a Critique: What’s in This Toothpaste? ​In the essay What’s in This Toothpaste? by David Bodanis. The audience/reader is informed about how toothpaste in made, the ingredients which are used to make just a bottle of tube and other alternatives that can be used if you opinion about toothpaste changes. The author talks about if toothpaste is something you should consider or keep using. ​There are a few examples of diction which are...

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Chemistry of Toothpaste

The Chemistry of Toothpaste Toothpaste is not a new thing. It has been traced back to Ancient Egypt. They used a powdered rock and vinegar, which created a chemical reaction that dissolves the plaque on teeth. In 1900’s people used hydrogen peroxide and baking soda or chalk, pulverised brisk and salt as a toothpaste. Toothpastes today, are mostly made up of abrasives, surfactants, a detergent, a thickener, a moisturizer, water, flavouring agents, coloring, sweeteners, fluoride and desensitizers...

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Toothpaste and Colgate

currently leads the toothpaste market in the Philippines with Close-Up being a close second. Close-Up has been catching up as of Q2/2009, with Hapee still garnering a respectable amount as well. e. Competitors i. Hapee Toothpaste Hapee was the first ever Filipino toothpaste brand to hit the Philippine market and Lamoiyan Corporation is the first Filipino owned toothpaste manufacturer. Before the entry of Lamoiyan and Hapee toothpaste, no local entrepreneur...

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Marketing and Toothpaste

Ajax, Axion, GLO, Softlan and Lady Speed Stick. In our opinion, Colgate should come out with a new production line extension for kid’s toothpaste by adding more different flavor. As what we know, nowadays most of the parent will let their kid’s to choice their own toothpaste, so that they will more likely to brush their teeth daily with using their favorite toothpaste. Besides, this new product line extension will also provide Colgate to have a more competitive advantage in the market. Competitor...

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Crest Toothpaste

The Crest brand of toothpaste has a longstanding history of over 50 years. Being the first to develop fluoride effective in preventing cavities and tooth decay, it served as a major scientific breakthrough and has been a trusted product throughout the years. Today, it continues to make advancements towards dental hygiene, and has also developed several other products to assist in complete oral care. The Crest product line includes toothpaste, toothbrushes, dental floss, whitening products, and...

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Sodium Bicarbonate as Toothpaste

commercial toothpaste became available. Combined with peroxide, it makes a potent teeth whitener for much less than expensive whitening toothpastes or strips. Being a naturally occurring compound, baking soda is safe for cleaning teeth to a certain extent. It has the property of neutralizing agents that are responsible for causing discoloration and foul odors. This makes it an ideal ingredient for teeth bleaching and cleaning stains. While using it as a baking soda toothpaste, it cleans...

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Bacteria and Toothpaste

 Bacteria and Toothpaste: The Effect of Toothpaste on Bacteria Table of Contents Page 1: Title Page Page 2: Table of Contents Page 3: Introduction Page 4 – 6: Research Page 7 – 10: Lab Report Page 11: Conclusion Page 12: References Bacteria and Toothpaste: The Effect of Toothpaste on Bacteria My project is on Toothpaste and Bacteria, and how bacteria is effected by toothpaste. I found this project very interesting because...

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Toothpaste Marketing Research Proposal

Marketing Research Proposal Proposed Research Topic: A situational analysis of toothpaste industry Introduction: At present, several well-known brands in the domestic toothpaste manufacturers become increasingly competitive, such as Braun Oral-B, Colgate, Darlie and so on. Different toothpaste brand have their own different market strategy, for examples, there are products for different ages whereas some target the...

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Euthymol Toothpaste

product which call Euthymol toothpaste. Firstly, I am going to describe the background of Johnson and Johnson, Euthymol toothpaste is distributed by this company. After that, I will talk about how we did the survey about this product. Then I am going to focus on the product and analyse it by using secondary research and survey results, it includes product, price, place and promotion. Finally, I will give some suggestions to this product. Introduction: Euthymol toothpaste was marked by Warner-Lambert...

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