Shortly after the call was made for manufacturers to redesign their packaging, Proctor & Gamble changed its Tide Pods packaging in 2012 to make it harder for young children to open. The following year, Proctor & Gamble replaced its Tide Pods clear plastic bags and tubs with opaque plastic, making it more difficult for children to see the colors. In addition, the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) announced in November 2014 that its organization, which includes detergent manufacturers, were addressing the laundry detergent pod dangers.[Learning Institute, November 10, 2014]
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