Headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey, the company currently generates net sales of over 3 billion U.S. dollars annually and has over four thousand employees worldwide. The company is composed of four product segments: household products, personal care products, as well as a consumer international segment and a segment for specialty products. The company is also among the leading vendors of liquid laundry detergent with its Arm & Hammer brand having a 4.4 percent sales share of the market in 2016. Some of the most notable Church & Dwight brands include products for oral hygiene such as: Pepsodent, Mentadent, Aim toothpaste and Close-Up toothpaste. They were all acquired from Unilever in 2003 and remain amongst the most used toothpaste brands in the United States.
Other Church & Dwight brands products include: Arrid antiperspirant and deodorant, Nair hair removal products, Batiste shampoo and hair care products, Orajel, OxiClean, VitaFusion vitamin supplements, and Trojan condoms. As of 2015, Church & Dwight was by far the leading vendors of male contraceptive and sexual health products in the United States.