P&G shampoo brand Pantene Pro-V introduces bio-based container to Europe

Last week, consumer products giant Procter & Gamble announced the first shipment of its bio-based plastic Pantene Pro-V bottles to Western Europe. According to the press release, the sugarcane-based packaging will be available across several Western European markets and retailers over the summer and...

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