- Product discounts
- Worldwide name recognition
- Corporate reorganization and downsizing
- Environmentally destructive subsidiaries
- Large size can make company seem impersonal
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If you've ever eaten Ben & Jerry's ice cream or used Dove soap, you've sampled a product of Unilever, the world’s third-largest consumer goods company in the world Unilever's portfolio has around 400 food, home and personal care brands, while around 160 million people around the world buy these brands each day. In the United Kingdom, nine out of 10 homes have at least one of Unilever's products in the bathroom or kitchen. The company is parented jointly by Britain's Unilever plc and the Netherlands' Unilever N.V. Both share the same board and executives but have separate stocks which trade in New York, Amsterdam and London.
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