Procter and Gamble

Procter and Gamble is one of the world's largest consumer products companies, making some of the most well known consumer brands, including Pampers, Bounty paper towels, Puffs facial tissue, Charmin toilet paper, Crest, Vicks and Tide.


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Ohio based Procter and Gamble's mainstay are uber mass market consumable product icons, which are made in "traditonal" ways using "traditional" chemical based ingredients for both product and packaging.

Just how good or bad these products are for the environment generally and for indoor pollution within your home is debatable.  Most of the products Procter and Gamble now makes have high quality competitors (like products from Seventh Generation and Method Products) that can match product performance and are designed to be easier on the earth and less likely to bring potentially dangerous chemicals into your home.

In addition, according to a Media Matters report dated March 27, 2019, Procter and Gamble is the third largest advertiser on Fox News (now widely regarded as a distributor of propaganda rather than a legitimate news source).

That said, Procter and Gamble also has shown leadership on the empowerment of women and other issues.

For those looking to stick with traditional consumer pantry products but to avoid products from Koch Industries owned Georgia Pacific (like Brawny paper towels), products from Procter and Gamble can provide a good alternative.

See our collection Alternatives to Consumer Products from Koch Industries owned Georgia Pacific.

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