Clorox is a classic example of a cleanliness and hygiene-focussed company that has started to slow down with the pandemic tailwinds withering away. The company had a particularly slow quarter with a receding demand for cleaning and filtration products unlike last year when the consumers were busy stocking up on home cleaning supplies at the commencement of the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdowns. Clorox has also been facing major supply constraints for raw material in some of its key products. In the words of the management, the company might see a contraction at gross margin level due to higher commodity prices and rising manufacturing, and logistic costs. Overall, it seems like Clorox has a particularly rough journey ahead in 2021.
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