NEW YORK -- Church & Dwight Co. has literally punched holes in its ubiquitous yellow Arm & Hammer Baking Soda boxes and created a new product in the process. Called the Fridge-Freezer pack, the new style box incorporates 19 large air vents and a cloth lining that prevents spills of the powdery contents. The company expects the new package to lead to wider use of baking soda as a freezer deodorizer. The new pack holds 20 ounces, compared with the standard 16-ounce box, and its ...

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