Voluntary Recall On Additional Lot Numbers
Voluntary Recall
On Additional Lot Numbers
March 29, 2011
Dear Retailer:
McNeil Consumer Healthcare, Division of McNeil-PPC Inc, is voluntarily recalling
additional lot numbers of products previously recalled in January 2011. This new recall is on
certain lots of TYLENOL 8 hour, TYLENOL Arthritis Pain, and TYLENOL upper
respiratory products, and certain lots of BENADRYL, SUDAFED PE, and SINUTAB
products distributed in the United States between May 2008 and December 2010. The
company is initiating the recall as a precautionary measure. After an extensive review of
past production, records found instances where equipment cleaning procedures were
insufficient or cleaning was not adequately documented. However, it is very unlikely that
this impacted the quality of these products. Furthermore, these actions are not being
undertaken on the basis of adverse events.
Additional lot numbers that are being recalled:
UPC Number
Item Description
lot numbers
3-00450-10724- Benadryl Allergy Plus Sinus BAC009 3-12547-22730- Sudafed PE Cold & Cough 3-00450-26620- Tylenol Sinus Congestion & ASF026 3-00450-29240- Tylenol Arthritis Pain Geltabs 09AMC012 40 Count 660-9517
Additional lot numbers Grocers Supply DID NOT distribute:
UPC Number
Item Description
3-00450-10748- Benadryl Allergy Plus Sinus 4/26/2011 3-00450-29220- Tylenol Arthritis Pain Geltabs 3-00450-29220- Tylenol Arthritis Pain Geltabs 3-00450-29240- Tylenol Arthritis Pain Geltabs 3-00450-29240- Tylenol Arthritis Pain Geltabs
To return the product, please put it into banana boxes and call Grocers Supply Customer
Service Department at 713-749-9333 or 1-800-352-8003 and report the number of the
banana boxes to be returned. Special blue return forms will be mailed to you first. Please
complete the forms, put one inside and attach one to the outside of each banana boxes to be
returned. Grocers Supply will then issue a “pick up” for the banana boxes. Please do not
return the product until the “pick up” arrives on your Grocers Supply truck delivery.
Credit will be issued on your statement through the Reclamation Center, “Recall Program”
at current suggested retail price. All product received through May 29, 2011 will be given
recall credit.
If you have any questions concerning this recall or return procedures, please contact
Donna Quintanilla or Lupe Salazar at the Grocers Supply customer service number listed
Thank you for your cooperation.


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