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March 05, 2003

Navajo Manufacturing Has Recalled Motrin IB and DayQuil LiquiCaps

 (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released the following information.

PRODUCT
a) Motrin IB (Ibuprofen tablets USP), 200mg, Coated
Caplets, 2 count single dose packets, McNeil-PPC, Inc., Fort
Washington, PA. NDC 50580-110-52. Recall # D-149-3.
b) DayQuil LiquiCaps (Acetaminophen 250mg, Dextromethorphan
HBr 10mg and Pseudoephedrine HCl 30mg) 2 count unit dose
packages, Handy Solutions, A Trademark of Navajo Mfg.,
Co., Inc., Denver, CO. Manufactured by: Procter &
Gamble, Cincinnati, OH. Recall # D-150-3.

CODE
a) and b) Lot No. FCC035, Exp. 03/05.

RECALLING FIRM/MANUFACTURER
Navajo Manufacturing Company, Inc., Denver, CO, by e-mail or telephone on
November 22, 2002. Firm initiated recall ongoing.

REASON
Mispackaged by Recaller; packets of Motrin IB were incorrectly repackaged
in hanging card packages labeled to contain DayQuil LiquiCaps.

VOLUME OF PRODUCT IN COMMERCE
Approx. 1470 units.

DISTRIBUTION
Nationwide.

 

 
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