Tide in India

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Tide India
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Proctor and Gamble’s Tide detergent was introduced in the United States in 1946 and has grown into the market leader both in the U.S and many other countries around the world. Tide is it’s the bestselling detergent worldwide, far outselling the many of the company’s other detergent lines. In 2000 Proctor and Gamble launched the Tide brand in India to complement their existing high end Ariel line and to challenge lower cost domestic brands.
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Procter and Gamble is an American company based in Cincinnati, Ohio that manufactures a variety of household goods. P&G’s philosophy of constantly innovating and striving to meet consumer’s changing needs has kept its products at the forefront of their respective markets for years. Their strategy for Tide in the U.S. follows this well-worn philosophy. Aside from its original, time-honored formula, Tide in recent years has added several other variations to the market. Some of these varieties include Tide Liquid, Tide Powder, Tide Plus Febreeze, Tide Coldwater, Tide HE, Tide with Bleach, Tide Free, Tide Plus Downey, Tide with Acti Lift, Tide Vivid and their newest variation, Tide Pods. P&G wants to convey to their consumer that they are ready and able to meet any of their laundry requirements. All of these alternatives feature Tide’s distinctive red-orange packaging and are available in a variety of sizes, from 24oz to the jumbo 150oz. Recently, in light of the growing concern regarding ecology and sustainability, Tide has reinvented itself by introducing a new way to do laundry with Tide Pods. These pods are self-contained, single use, capsules that dramatically cut down on packaging waste. Another offering, Tide Coldwater also significantly cuts down on hot water use during the washing cycle. Tide not only…...

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