"In India, resurgence of the household insecticide category continued with strong underlying consumer demand. We did witness strong momentum in the hygiene category. But saw muted demand in hair colour and air freshener, which were temporarily impacted by the lockdown," the company said.
In Godrej Africa, USA, Middle East (GAUM), GCPL said sales could decline sharply, as most of the key countries were in standstill mode in April and early May resulting in sales loss.
In Indonesia, the company said that despite disruptions caused by Covid-19, it expected close to mid single-digit constant currency sales growth.
"We are witnessing strong demand in the household insecticide category and strong traction in the hygiene category in Indonesia," the firm said. Indonesia is one of GCPL's largest international markets.
At a consolidated level, the company said that absolute sales would be marginally lower compared to the base quarter.