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Grocery Chain Recalls Care One Children’s Cough Medicine Due to Potential Overdose

Stop & Shop Supermarket has issued a recall for the Care One Children’s Mucus Relief Cough medicine due to incorrect dosage markings on its bottle, which can potentially cause an overdose. Almost 500 stores throughout New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island will immediately discontinue selling the affected product.

The product has been identified as:

Care One Children’s Mucus Relief Cough — Cherry Flavor, 4 oz., UPC 34152031837 with an expiration date of 3/17.

Customers who have purchased the affected cough medicine with the above expiration date have been advised to discard it. The customer can receive a refund by presenting a receipt at his or her local Stop & Shop.

In reality, corporations often make mistakes, and these mistakes can cause serious harm to those who buy their products. If you have been injured because of a defective product or because of the negligence of another, do not hesitate to contact one of the experienced attorneys at Swartz & Lynch LLP.

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