J&J-Merck Recall 12 Million Mylanta Bottles on Labels

A unit of Johnson & Johnson and Merck & Co. has recalled 12.3 million bottles of Mylanta in the U.S. and Puerto Rico because the labels failed to inform consumers about the alcohol content of the products, regulators said. An internal review found the labels didn’t contain information that alcohol was an ingredient in flavoring agents for the over-the-counter medicines that relieve heartburn and indigestion, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on its website.

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