J&J Recalls Tylenol Cold Drugs Over Alcohol Labeling

Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest health-products company, recalled 9.3 million bottles of Tylenol cold treatments because they don’t disclose the medicine’s alcohol content on the front label. The recall affects three types of Tylenol Multi-Symptom liquid cold medicine sold in the U.S. by the McNeil Consumer Healthcare unit, J&J spokeswoman Bonnie Jacobs said today in a telephone interview.

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