Read more below about the sizing policies from the manufacturers mentioned in our story.
"While the reality is that size sometimes matters, at Haagen-Dazs we continue to believe that quality matters more. Our ice cream is created with only a few simple and natural ingredients. We don't hide the flavor with loads of stuff. We achieve the luxurious texture and exquisite flavors that is the Häagen-Dazs experience by sourcing only the best, not the easiest to find nor the cheapest. That is why we searched 6 years for the perfect variety of strawberry for our Häagen-Dazs strawberry ice cream and why we paid 4 times more over the last 2 years for the raspberries that make it into our HD raspberry sorbet. And we wouldn't think of soaking the raisins for our Häagen-Dazs rum raisin ice cream even a minute less than the 60,480 minutes (42 days, actually) that they currently luxuriate in their rum baths. Why not? Because then it just wouldn't be Häagen-Dazs. Call us obsessive. But we're that serious about our ice cream and your ice cream experience."
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Manufacturer of Kleenex:
"Actually the change to our Kleenex facial tissue was made approximately two years ago due to alignment with competitive offerings."
Proctor and Gamble, Manufacturer of Bounty paper towels:
"Bounty recently made consumer preferred upgrades to its paper towels. We are now able to provide consumers with a superior product than before at the same price. The New Bounty works, feels and looks better and is better performing than before. It is now more durable which means it holds up better and is stronger when wet which allows consumers to do more across a range of tasks. Additionally, the new Bounty is softer, cushier and has a new texture."