Johnson & Johnson’s McNeil recalls Tylenol caplets

    Johnson & Johnson subsidary McNeil Consumer Healthcare has announced a recall on one lot of its Tylenol caplets.

    The Philadelphia Business Journal reports the eight-hour extended release caplets have been recalled as part of McNeil’s ongoing monitoring of its products identified to have a musty or moldy odor.

    McNeil’s release says the product has been voluntarily recalled for trace amounts of chemicals. Lot No. ADM074 is affected, and those looking for a refund or coupon can contact the company.

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