FDA approves label change for Prilosec OTC
ROCKVILLE, Md. The Food and Drug Administration last week approved Procter & Gamble’s proposed label change for Prilosec OTC.
The design changes include a new Prilosec OTC logo throughout the labeling, a reformatted 2-count professional sample card, a redesigned inner panel of the 2-count consumer sample card, a reformatted package insert and redesigned principal display panel.
The application did not include any changes to the Drug Facts or blister card backing. As part of the approval, P&G must remove “NEW LOOK! SAME RELIEF!” messaging prior to July 18.
FDA approves change in Claritin labeling
KENILWORTH, N.J. Schering-Plough on Tuesday announced that the Food and Drug Administration approved additional labeling for Claritin that emphasizes the allergy medicine is appropriate for use to help treat both indoor (perennial) and outdoor (seasonal) allergies.
“Schering-Plough is pleased that the FDA has approved the change to the Claritin label to help us to communicate to consumers that Claritin works hard to relieve both indoor and outdoor allergies,” stated John O’Mullane, vice president of research and development for Schering-Plough Consumer Health Care.
Forward Foods introduces Detour bar to alleviate stress
MINDEN, Nev. Forward Foods on Wednesday extended its Detour bar with the addition of the Detour Yoga Bars.
The new Yoga Bar, in blueberry and peach mango flavors, includes lemon balm to help alleviate stress and promote a sense of calm while supporting strong, flexible muscle development with 11 grams of protein.
“We listened extensively to participants of yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi,” stated Patrick Muldoon, chief executive officer of Forward Foods. “Many felt their specific needs for stress alleviation and relaxation were underserved in today’s protein bar category.”