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Tide to consumers: One laundry pod may not be enough

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Laundry detergent companies have said that one pod will be enough to wash your clothes, but now Procter & Gamble, makers of Tide, is saying consumers may need two or three to get the job done. The cause may be that people are overstuffing their washing machines – but Al Roker suspects P&G may want to boost sales.