Sanitizer demand to stay ‘exponentially higher’ than 2019


Purell, the inventor of hand sanitizer, is expecting that demand for the cleansing product will remain elevated from pre-coronavirus pandemic levels as the world emerges from the biggest global health crisis in a century.

Sales of the company’s hand sanitizer have spiked triple digits amid the pandemic, and Carey Jaros, CEO of Purell parent Gojo Industries, told CNBC on Wednesday that she expects business to remain significantly higher than usual going forward.

“It won’t be at the levels it was at last year, but it’s going to be exponentially higher than it was in 2019,” Jaros, who has led the private company since January 2020, said on “Closing Bell.”

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