Feminine Care net sales decreased $10.7 million, or 11%, driven by volume declines related to Sport branded pad distribution losses, increased competitive pressure, and category softness. Price mix was also unfavorable in the quarter in support of promotional programs behind innovation. This resulted in declines across Tampons, Pads and Liners. Feminine Care segment profit increased $0.2 million, or 2.7%, due to lower A&P and overhead spending, offset in part by lower volumes and unfavorable price mix. Product cost mix was essentially flat, as lower commodity costs and savings generated through restructuring programs helped to offset final transition costs related to the shift of manufacturing from Montreal to Dover, DE.