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In the United Kingdom, '''Fairy''' is sold as a brand of non-biological laundry detergent. The original high-suds variant was known as '''Fairy Snow'''. The brand is now owned by Procter and Gamble. <ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairy_(detergent)] Wikipedia</ref>
 
In the United Kingdom, '''Fairy''' is sold as a brand of non-biological laundry detergent. The original high-suds variant was known as '''Fairy Snow'''. The brand is now owned by Procter and Gamble. <ref>[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairy_(detergent)] Wikipedia</ref>
  
 
* 1957 '''Fairy Snow''' was launched in the UK. <ref>[http://www.uk.pg.com/products/products/fairyNonBio.html] Procter and Gamble UK and Ireland</ref>
 
* 1957 '''Fairy Snow''' was launched in the UK. <ref>[http://www.uk.pg.com/products/products/fairyNonBio.html] Procter and Gamble UK and Ireland</ref>
  
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In the United Kingdom, Fairy is sold as a brand of non-biological laundry detergent. The original high-suds variant was known as Fairy Snow. The brand is now owned by Procter and Gamble. [1]

  • 1957 Fairy Snow was launched in the UK. [2]

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  1. [1] Wikipedia
  2. [2] Procter and Gamble UK and Ireland