Headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey, the company currently generates net sales of over four billion U.S. dollars annually and about 4,800 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 also owns one of the leading brands of liquid laundry detergent, Arm & Hammer, which has a 4.54 percent sales share of the market as of 2018. 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. Trojans, including Trojan Magnum and Trojan Her Pleasure, are by far the most popular male condom brand among Americans.