Advil Recalled By Family Dollar Stores

Advil products, which are a Pfizer brand, are pictured at a Walgreens store in Pasadena, California, U.S. January 31, 2017. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Family Dollar Stores have issued a recall of Advil products sold between June 1st, 2022, and March 31st, 2023. The recall is due to concerns the products may have been stored outside acceptable temperature parameters. The company has informed its stores to immediately stop selling the recalled products.

The affected products are:
UPC 0901458 Advil 200 mg tablets 100-count, UPC 0901839 Advil 200 mg caplets 24-count, UPC 0902867 Advil Dual Action caplets 36-count, UPC 0913023 Advil tablets 50-count, UPC 0916071 Advil Liqui-Gels 40-count, UPC 0999259 Advil tablets 6-count, and UPC 0999841 Advil Liqui-Gels Minis 20-count.

Customers are asked to discontinue use of these products and return them to the point of purchase. A receipt is not required.

Source: KLFY