PHILADELPHIA -- As part of its corporate reorganization, Scott Paper Co. here has revamped several of its product lines in an effort to boost sales and market share. Scott has reformulated its Cottonelle bathroom tissue to include baking soda to fight body odor. "We have patented technology that allows us to impregnate the bathroom tissue with microfine baking soda. This way, when the consumer, and especially women, use Cottonelle, a very fine film of baking soda stays on the body for just ...

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