OTC inactive ingredient labeling
"More than 90%" of OTCs marketed in the U.S. currently list inactive ingredients on their labels, the Proprietary Assn. announced Jan. 6. P-A, which began a voluntary labeling program in mid-1984, said "virtually 100% of all relabeled OTC products are expected to be" on the market by the end of March.
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