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November 19th, 2003

Sangi to Launch High-Functional Nano-tech Toothpaste in 2004

Abstract:
Japanese toothpaste manufacturer Sangi has developed a new technology to control ultrafine particles. Using this technology, the company has developed more sophisticated toothpaste that is highly effective in re-calcifying and whitening teeth. Sangi will start to distribute the new toothpaste, brand-named "New-Apagard," in April 2004.

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