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Children’s cold syrup recalled

A pharmaceutical company issued a voluntary recall of several brands of children’s cough and cold medicine.


Perrigo Company announced they are recalling two batches of its children’s gauifenesin grape liquid and three batches of its children’s guaifenesin DM cherry liquid. They are both sold in 4 oz. bottles by several brands.

According to a release, the recall was initiated after it was found the dosage cups included with the products had incorrect markings.

Grape- and cherry-flavored children’s cough syrup, sold with store brand labels at CVS, Dollar General, Rite-Aid and other retailers, is recalled because the dosage cup is mismarked.

For the official statement visit Perrigo Company’s website

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