Walgreens Vitamins Recalled – Not Child-Safe
Walgreens vitamins have been recalled due to failure to meet child-resistant closure safety standards.
About the Multivitamin Recall
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the multivitamin’s packaging is not child-resistant and senior friendly as required by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act.
CPSC recommends that consumers immediately place the bottles out of reach of children and contact International Vitamin Corp. for a free replacement child-resistant cap.
Description of Recalled Multivitamins
- The recalled products, “Well at Walgreens” Multivitamin Women 50+ tablets, are packaged in white plastic bottles and contain 200 tablets.
- The product has a silver and white label which states “Well at Walgreens Multivitamin Women 50+”.
- The product is labeled “Value Size” on a yellow band at the top of the bottle.
- The recalled vitamins have the UPC code 3-11917-17262-0 and have one of the following lot numbers: 000001 (EXP 9/2016), 000002 (EXP 12/2016), 000003 (EXP 11/2016). Both the UPC code and lot numbers are printed on the back of the bottles on a white label.
- The vitamins were sold by Walgreens drug stores from January 2015 to March 2015 for about $16.
RECENT MEDICAL MALPRACTICE RESULT
$10.9 MillionExpenses: $175,000.00 | Attorneys Fees: $3,200,000.00 | Net to Client: $4,029,762.00 (Purchase of a Lifetime Annuity)
RECENT VEHICLE RECALL RESULT
$30.2 MillionExpenses: $39,576.15 | Attorneys Fees: $10,060,980.00 | Net to Client: $20,121,960.57