Saturday, 2 October 2010

"Examples of what can and does happen to the Superfloss cardboard packaging in the workplace"


  1. Superfloss is produced by the multinational Procter & Gamble, a company who supposedly listen to what the public have to say.........unbelievable that Oral B have not changed the unhygienic cardboard packaging in 30 years!!! Unbelievable that they cannot see the problem.... One can only ask.... what sort of people do they employ....

  2. The photos of the Superfloss cardboard boxes above are simply it really possible that Procter & Gamble can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to sponsor the Olympics, but are unable to modify unhygienic packaging which they have had in circulation for more than 30 years.........apparently the answer is yes !!!!

  3. The Procter & Gamble Co. and Colgate-Palmolive Co. were among companies fined by French authorities in 2011 for price fixing detergent prices, apparently since years...... Procter & Gamble, was fined 233.6 million euros......It seems that .they are able to pay the fine, but they seem unable to find the money for a stamp to respond to RJB 's letter dated 7/15/2008........Gee thats just incredible!!


  4. Did you know that in 2011 P&G signed a ten-year marketing deal with the International Olympic Committee estimated to be worth between $150 million and $200 million to include three summer Olympics and two winter games....... Between the heavy fines for price fixing and the high costs for their Olympic advertising campaigns, can one really expect P&G to invest money to improve the unhygenic Superfloss cardboard box packaging..... Obviously not, they cannot even answer a letter .... Clearly, P&G have other prioritiies.......

    Sally M

    Toronto, Canada