So, absent any actual evidence, it would seem to be a reasonable presumption that P&G has pretty much taken over production of the AOS products. Makes sense to me.P&G could handle production of all of AoS global soaps and creams, just in their labs and pilot plants.
They have incredible resources.
Not to mention whatever facilities are operated by Gillette/Oral B.
I was being a wise ***. All I know is who now owns the company and that Valobra is not making the soap anymore. Of course, it's not a stretch to assume that, since production is now in the US and PG owns large industrial soap manufacturing facilities here, they are not contracting with some long standing mom and pop factory who does things according to their own business ethics.
I have no basis to disparage the business ethics of P&G.
MDC and other similar family operations would probably net you a Go Green Boyscout badge.
I'm not claiming I side with or oppose those who want PG to change it's ways - I generally distrust both mega corporations and large activist groups - but a quick google search on PG will show no shortage of claims of unfair foreign labor issues, widespread animal cruelty claims regarding testing, and unnecessary use of toxc substances and petroleates in their products. Make of it what you wish. If you are going to spend large sums on shaving soap you can spend it in a lot of different arenas. MDC and other similar family operations would probably net you a Go Green Boyscout badge. Beyond that I'm hesitant to make too many more statements as I recognize that this is not a political forum.