It was noted that more economy brands entered cotton wool/buds/pads in 2014, which were very price-competitive compared with private label. However, at the same time it was noted that more expensive brands were also enjoying good shelf-space, such as the brand Swisspers, whilst Johnson’s Pure made a slight comeback towards the end of 2014 by producing more lines. 2014 saw the economy brands Protec and Silk enter the supermarkets channel. Protec has a range of cotton balls, cotton pads and...
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