A recall has been issued on hundreds of packs of Tesco’s cough and chilly drugs due to incorrect labelling.
The UK medicines watchdog has issued the recall, which impacts some 78,999 packs from three batches of Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Chilly Lemon sachets.
The Medicines and Healthcare merchandise Regulatory Company (MHRA) mentioned the label incorrectly says that kids aged 12 and over – however the drugs shouldn’t be given to kids below the age of 16.
The MHRA has urged individuals who have purchased the product to verify the batch quantity and to return it to Tesco for a refund.
The medication has been faraway from cabinets whereas labelling is up to date.
MHRA’s chief security officer, Dr Alison Cave, mentioned: “Affected person security is all the time our precedence and we’re dedicated to making sure that the medicines you’re taking are protected.
“It’s vitally essential that folks verify their packs of Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Chilly Lemon Sachet and verify if they’ve an affected pack.
“In the event that they do, they need to cease utilizing them and return them to Tesco for a refund.
“We wish to reassure sufferers and fogeys that if you happen to or somebody below the age of 16 have used not too long ago these sachets and have suffered no ill-effects there isn’t a trigger for concern.
“If anybody has any questions please communicate to your healthcare skilled and report any hostile reactions by way of the Yellow Card scheme.”
The affected batch numbers are:
9MW0145 with the expiry date Nov 2022
0CW0054 with the expiry date Jan 2023
0FW0133 with the expiry date Might 2023