(The Monitor Daily, US) – The Stop & Shop Supermarket Franchise has decided to recall a children’s cough syrup. Martin’s recalls Children’s cough syrup after finding out that the medicine had inadequate labeling.
A famous supermarket company has decided to recall a brand of children’s call syrup after discovering that the medicine did not have correct dosage written on the label.
Stop & Shop, has urged both consumers and affiliated supermarkets to return the products as soon as possible. The faulty product is called Care One Children’s Mucus Relief Cough and it comes in two varieties: the plain one and Cherry flavored.
The move has been prompted by the Perrigo Company, a pharmaceutical brand that created the cough syrup for children.
Both Perrigo and Shop & Shop declared that the inadequate labeling could lead to overdoses. Thus, the company believes that the best action is to recall all Care one related product, including Children’s Mucus Relief and Children’s Mucus Relief Cherry Flavored cough syrups, for relabeling.
Martin’s recalls Children’s cough syrup after finding out that the dosage marking is incorrect. As stated by the company, by using the dosage written on the label, there is a high risk of an overdose.
According to both brands, there have been no incidents so far involving the mislabeled products. No one has reported any illnesses or filed any complaints against the pharmaceutical brand.
Customers who have bought the product are required to return it as soon as possible. They can recognize the faulty product by the expiration date and the UPC label.
Here are some further details on the cough syrup. Those who have bought the Care One Children’s Mucus Relief with cherry flavor, 4 oz. tube and bearing the UPC number 34152031837 are required to return the product to the supermarket.
Also, the product has the expiration date of 3/17. Both the supermarket and the pharmaceutical company are urging their customers to dispose of the product, but to keep their receipt. They can use the receipt in order to receive a refund.
If you require additional information regarding the mislabeled product or Perrigo’s initiative, then you may call Giant\Martin’s Customer Service Line at the following phone number: 888-814-4268.
Martin’s recalls children’s cough syrup after finding out that the product had an inadequate label. Official spokespersons from both sides declared that the products must be returned immediately because they pose a serious threat to health.
Instructions regarding dosage found on the label could lead to an overdose.