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Motrin drops for infants recalled due to plastic contamination

A brand of ibuprofen for children that is used to alleviate pain and fever were recalled by manufacturer Johnson & Johnson (J&J) after it was discovered to have been contaminated with tiny plastic bits, according to a report on Saturday, September 7.

J&J said some 200,000 half-ounce bottles of the berry-flavored Concentrated Motrin Infant Drops are affected by the recall due to possible contamination with small plastic bits. Consumers were warned not to use the recalled products with lot numbers DCB3T01, DDB4R01 and DDB4S01. The manufacturer also advised retailers to remove the recalled Motrin out of their shelves immediately.

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