Surely you remember melodic tone with which a toilet paper was advertised: Cha-cha-cha, Charmin. Belonging to the cleaning products company Procter & Gamble (P&G)this product with a bear as a pet it was the favorite of thousands of Mexicans years ago.
In contrast, his disappearance was imperceptible. Although we no longer see paper in stores or markets, we don’t know exactly what happened to it. Did they stop manufacturing it or did they just stop its distribution in Mexico? Makeover? we tell you.
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Since 2015, the company that owns Charmin announced a series of adjustments to strengthen the positioning of the brand. Sadly, one of these measures was to stop producing paper rolls and napkins in several nationsincluding Mexico in the list.
We are becoming a simpler company, more focused on leading brands in structurally attractive categories that fit our strengths,” the company reported at the time.
Charmin toilet paper (and therefore its advertising) stopped being marketed in Mexico. However, it continues to appear in countries like USAso if you feel nostalgic for this product, you can buy it at Amazon shipping from North America.
Charmin is also in Free marketbut its price is quite high. For example, the package with 24 rolls is sold from 1,790 pesos to 2,638 pesos. How about?
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