Pantene Bottles Go Green

April 2011
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;4/22/2011, Vol. 201 Issue 83, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the eco-friendly packaging efforts by Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G) to use plant-based plastic containers for its shampoo brand Pantene. It reports that the first shipment of Pantene containers which are made of plant-based plastic, has been sent to stores in Western Europe. It states that P&G aims to replace petroleum-based containers of Pantene by the plant-based plastic containers derived from sugarcane.


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