We asked the stores even and they do not know why either....they said they can't get them from the manufacturer at all...no where has them unless they have leftover chewy rolaids, which hubby does not like.....
Take the train - let us do the driving!
From what I can find on line, there was a recall when Tylenol had a recall. However, I cannot find out when we will be able to buy them again. I'm almost out and was looking at Walmart this weekend for them! I HAVE TO HAVE MY ROLAIDS! I'm going to write to them and find out!
Well, let me know if you find out any thing as hubby uses them alot too and he won't use Tums. He does not like the chewy rolaids but he is down to that now. So your Wal-Mart did not have them either? I wonder if it is a regional thing or something or nation wide?
I'm assuming it is nation wide since it was on the Rolaid's website. I will definitely let you know when I hear back. I buy Rolaids in the big container and keep them by my bed! lol
My Discount Store just got them in last week. A brand new bottle type and the tablets are larger than the old ones.Seem to work just as well.I am in Southern Oregon.
Rolaids have been off the shelves here since I think last winter. I've been buying the knockoff version at CVS, the multi symptom is what I use. You can still get those candy chews, but I don't want those.
I guess they were recalled.
Smurphee - ok, thanks do as I'd like to know when we can buy them again!
Why are you recalling these products?
In consultation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), McNeil Consumer Healthcare, Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. is voluntarily recalling, at the wholesale level, certain lots of TYLENOL® 8 Hour, TYLENOL® Arthritis Pain, and TYLENOL® upper respiratory products, and certain lots of BENADRYL®, SUDAFED PE®, and SINUTAB® products distributed in the United States, the Caribbean, and Brazil. These products were manufactured at the McNeil plant in Fort Washington, PA prior to April 2010, when production at the facility was suspended. The company is initiating the recall as a precautionary measure after an extensive review of past production records found instances where equipment cleaning procedures were insufficient or that cleaning was not adequately documented. It is very unlikely that this impacted the quality of these products.
McNeil Consumer Healthcare is also initiating a voluntary recall of certain product lots of ROLAIDS® Multi-Symptom Berry Tablets distributed in the United States, in order to update the labeling. The company initiated the recall after determining that the product labeling does not include the language "Does not meet USP" as required by regulation.
Both of these recalls are being initiated at the wholesale level. No action is required by consumers or healthcare providers and consumers can continue to use the product. These actions are not being undertaken on the basis of adverse events
There are now less Tylenol and rolaids products than previously was in the first recall. Sounds like a coverup to me, because the tylenol recall has been going on for over a year, and so has the rolaids recall. Both of those previous recalls were because of a "mold" odor coming from the tablets, NOT because of insufficient government labels.
I went last week to get some tylenol sinus medication, and there is none to be found anywhere because of the recall.
I think someone better start reporting the truth.
Well I'll be! All of this time I thought the removal of Rolaids was due to all of these new cooking shows. People are making such delicious meals now that products like Rolaids were no longer needed ;-)
Come on folks, discover Titralac and be happy. You can find it in several stores and Walmart always has it. I have used it for 30 years and still smiling.
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