CINCINNATI — In response to reports of calls to poison control centers, P&G will adjust the packaging of its Tide Pods and air consumer-education ads. The pods, which combine detergent, stain remover and color brightener into a dissolving single use pouch, were an eagerly awaited product launch. But these brightly colored swirled pods have had unexpected consequences: approximately 250 calls to poison control after children ingested what they thought was candy. Suzette ...

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