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J&J Bullish On OTC Drug Pricing, Consumer Regard For Its Brands

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Brand strength, not price cuts, drives J&J OTC product sales, says Worldwide Group Chairwoman Sandra Peterson. The firm has returned 80% of its recalled brands to store shelves and will restart Tylenol Arthritis distribution later this year, leaving one “substantive” product to re-launch.

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