Helen of Troy is kicking off Pur Community, a new initiative from the company’s health and home division, which is designed to help municipalities experiencing water quality issues with immediate and cost-effective point-of-use filtration solutions.
Helen of Troy reported mixed results for its fourth quarter ended February 28, 2017, posting a strong increase in net income although net sales declined. The company said its housewares business showed positive growth momentum, while its health and beauty segments showed declines.
PUR has introduced the newest faucet mount to its product lineup, the PUR Baby Water Filtration System. The new water…