Prilosec pulled shelves


Res of more than a dozen types of antacids — including brand names such as Rolaids, Pepcid and Mylanta — have left store shelves empty, retailers scrambling to increase production of store-brand knockoffs and consumers wondering what's going on. A string of res throughout 2010 all involved Johnson & Johnson products. The reed products' absence also has put pressure on competitors — such as Tums and store brand antacids — to ramp up production to keep up with increased demand.

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Reed Pepcid products are slowly being restocked, but others are out indefinitely, pending approval from the U. "The Kroger brand has experienced a snificant increase in demand — a snificant enough increase that at times we've struggled to keep up in terms of supply," says John Elliott, a spokesman with Kroger, which just last month created its own Rolaids-equivalent brand in response to the res.

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