P&G repackages Pods to discourage accidental eating

Procter & Gamble has taken a further step to prevent children from eating its Tide Pods laundry detergent, making its packaging opaque to avoid a "candy bowl" look. The move comes as part of the company's "Safe Home" campaign that promotes keeping all detergent out of sight and reach of children. Last year, the company added stronger lids to its packaging after reports that children ate the detergent packs because they were mistaken for candy.

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