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March 4, 2011

Freeman Beauty's Feeling Beautiful line is expanding with three new products.

NEW YORK — Freeman Beauty's Feeling Beautiful line is expanding with three new products.

New to the collection are:

  • Feeling Beautiful kiwi and yogurt moisturizing facial cleanser. This creamy facial cleanser gently removes impurities and clears skin without drying it out. Kiwi fruit extract moisturizes and protects skin against free radicals, while the yogurt extract helps smooth skin to improve its overall texture;

January 3, 2011

SC Johnson has inked a deal to acquire Sara Lee's global shoe care business, which includes the iconic Kiwi brand.

RACINE, Wis. — SC Johnson has inked a deal to acquire Sara Lee's global shoe care business, which includes the iconic Kiwi brand.

SC Johnson's portfolio of household products, which hosts such brands as Pledge and Windex, now will feature the Kiwi family of brands, including Sara Lee's Bama International, which sells shoe accessories in specialty channels in Europe and Canada, and Kiwi Kleen, a line of household cleaning products sold mainly in Asia Pacific using the Kiwi branding.

The company expects to complete the acquisition by mid-2011.

October 26, 2010

Kiwi Shoe Care's Camp Dry line is helping consumers keep their shoes prepared for upcoming...

EXTON, Pa. Kiwi Shoe Care's Camp Dry line is helping consumers keep their shoes prepared for upcoming harsh weather.

Kiwi's Camp Dry heavy-duty water repellant and Camp Dry performance fabric protector can be found at mass merchandisers, including Walmart and Target, as well as sporting goods stores. Both products are designed to repel water and minimize stains and wear-and-tear.

September 8, 2010

Sara Lee's Kiwi Shoe Care is looking to educate consumers on how to care for...

EXTON, Pa. Sara Lee's Kiwi Shoe Care is looking to educate consumers on how to care for their shoes with a back-to-basics approach.

Kiwi's new campaign focuses on taking care of what consumers already have without breaking the bank, the company said.

"Our new ads will take a unique approach to drive home the concept of caring for one's shoes and demonstrate the value and savings it can bring to one's household," said Bob Clark, marketing director of Kiwi Shoe Care.