Johnson & Johnson New Children Benadryl 2010 Recalls

Johnson & Johnson New Children Benadryl 2010 Recalls – The pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson has not had an easy time of it. The company announced two major drug recalls last year, and has now announced another recall of drugs that were made at the same plant. Johnson & Johnson is recalling roughly four million packages of Children’s Benadryl allergy tablets, along with 800,000 bottles of junior-strength Motrin capsules, both of which were made at a plant in Fort Washington.

Although the company has said that the products are safe and could still be used, they are recalling them because they have determined that there were “insufficiencies in the development of the manufacturing process.”

The company posted a statement on its website, saying, “There is no indication that the recalled products do not meet quality standards, and this recall is not being undertaken on the basis of adverse effects.”

It seems that the inadequacies in the plant were found because a review of the manufacturing procedures was undertaken by McNeil Consumer Healthcare, who also has a plant in Fort Washington. The review occurred after another plant in Fort Washington was shut down by the Food and Drug Administration, when they discovered numerous problems.

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