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  • Lipton / Unilever Tea : brand profile Profile subscribers click here for full profile Lipton is the world's best-known and biggest-selling branded tea, and one of the major icons in Unilever's global
  • now owned by Mizkan, formerly Unilever) and Campbell's Prego, with almost 11.0% share according to IRI (52 weeks to Jan 2014, all channels, Grocery HQ). Sister brands include Orlando (in Spain), Guloso
  • In India, the group has a joint venture with Unilever to market Huggies. The group also manufactures aluminium foil and plastic wrap in several countries. In the UK, IRI estimated sales of £348m for
  • including Reckitt Benckiser and parts of Kraft and Unilever. Yet creative output continued to improve, and in 2008 JWT hit a new record for the number of prizes it collected at Cannes, 39 in all, including
  • but weak creatively and too dependent on its Unilever heritage. During 1999, Interpublic entered detailed negotiations to acquire MacManus, the holding company for the more powerful DMB&B network. In
  • then defending a review of Unilever's $500m US TV buying account. In July 2000, the agency also absorbed US TV agency PIC TV, the industry's largest source of promotional TV advertising spots. As part
  • Gamble or Unilever in overall size. Dial's performance flagged significantly during the 1990s before making a recovery in the mid-2000s, but even after acquisition by Henkel, the company has maintained
  • Unilever. Later Havas confirmed that it too had entered a bid, despite opposition from several of its own shareholders. Buyout firm Hellman & Friedman, previously a backer to both Y&R and Digitas, was
  • behind Unilever's Breyer's and Ben & Jerry's. Its combined US retail sales of ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet totalled $468m, or 8.1% share by value. The combined total for Ben & Jerry's and high-
  • The acquisition of DSC by Unilever created new challenges, forcing P&G to announce a renewed push into lower-priced products as well as price cuts on its high-end razors. A move by Schick into Shave Club

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