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consumer goods

noun as in items bought by consumers

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General Mills, one of the world’s most iconic consumer goods brands, used to spend a lot more time and money on re-creating content for its various channels.

From Digiday

The regulatory challenges are unusual for such a young consumer goods startup.

From Fortune

Technology and consumer goods companies, for instance, typically have better capabilities in managing supplier complexity.

Like other consumer goods behemoths, Unilever held up well as shoppers filled their pantries during the pandemic.

From Fortune

Among the consumer goods dropouts are Coca-Cola, Constellation Brands, Whirlpool, General Mills, and Darden Restaurants, joined by industrials Raytheon, Honeywell, Air Products & Chemicals, and General Motors.

From Fortune

Zumbiel Packaging A Kentucky-based manufacturer of paperboard packaging for consumer goods.

I think that as a country, we need to look at books as part of our culture rather than consumer goods as well.

Zumbiel Packaging Kentucky-based manufacturer of paperboard packaging for consumer goods.

Kent is co-chair of the Consumer Goods Forum, a fellow of the Foreign Policy Association, and a member of the Business Roundtable.

Business investment to produce consumer goods and services will, therefore, remain modest as well.

In addition to contracts already made, the Soviet officials were still putting out feelers for consumer goods.

But the Soviet search for ships could not be viewed entirely in the light of a desire to produce more consumer goods.

Actually, small quantities of durable consumer goods have always been produced by heavy industry ministries.

They made a great fanfare about providing more consumer goods to the people and improving the neglected agricultural sectors.

She did make clear to me that she thought the consumer goods here were superior to those in Russia.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consumer goods, such as: consumer items, consumption goods, goods for sale, and retail goods.

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