Kroger, Walgreens brand pain relievers recalled over child packaging concerns

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Images courtesy CPSC More than 400,000 bottles of Kroger and Walgreens brand aspirin, acetaminophen and ibuprofen bottles have been recalled because they aren’t child-resistant.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission said the bottles failed to meet the Poison Prevention Packaging Act guidelines and could poison young children if swallowed.The drugs were sold at stores nationwide from December 2021 through March 2022 for between $14 and $17.RELATED: Refrigerator recall: Ice makers could break into pieces, cause choking hazardThe following brands are being recalled, according to the CPSC:Consumers are asked to move the bottles out of reach of children and call Kroger or Aurohealth, the company that makes the Walgreens brand, for refunds. .

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