Household Items

Chlorophyll was added to many products
Including some toothpaste, soaps, cigarettes, dog foods,
mothballs, toilet paper, and chewing gum

 



chlorophyll

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There are 5 comments for this item.

Posted by CJ at 8:52 pm (PDT) on Sun April 15, 2018   
Alan - If you ever find "Peet", hopefully "Roebuck" will be near by.
Posted by Duff at 11:58 pm (PDT) on Sun August 27, 2017   
@Alan -  According to Wikipedia: Missouri-based soap manufacturer known as Peet Brothers merged with Palmolive to become Palmolive-Peet. In 1928, Palmolive-Peet bought the Colgate Company to create the Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company. In 1953 "Peet" was dropped from the title, leaving only "Colgate-Palmolive Company", the current name.
Posted by Alan at 8:53 pm (PDT) on Sun August 27, 2017   
Notice that it says the Colgate-Palmolive-Peet company. What ever happened to Peet?
Posted by Bob Matthews at 7:12 pm (PDT) on Sun August 27, 2017   
The doctor picture at the top right cracks me up.
We had such blind faith in doctors, never imagining they could be bought for the right price and the quotes were made up!
Posted by Alan at 12:52 pm (PDT) on Sat August 6, 2016   
I was a child when the chlorophyll craze was hot. I remember that we had Colgate Chlorophyll toothpaste, but my mother insisted that we never have it again because the green color stained our towels.

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