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Where is Colgate toothpaste manufactured?

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Colgate is manufactured around the world in a number of countries, including Latin America and Asia. A person can see where the toothpaste was made by looking at the manufacturer's information on the toothpaste box or packaging.

Colgate products are sold in retail stores including pharmacies, dollar stores, club stores and supermarkets. A person can tell where the Colgate toothpaste was made by looking at the barcode. All genuine Colgate products made for sale in the U.S. start with the code ID 35000. Additionally, the product will say that it is distributed by Colgate-Palmolive out of New York, New York. Colgate employs approximately 37,400 employees around the world in 80 countries.


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