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Novartis Divests Non-Core OTCs, Realigns Consumer Supply Chain

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Novartis sells six OTC brands, including Bufferin, to focus resources on core consumer health products. The firm also is realigning its consumer health supply chain, including restructuring its Lincoln, Nebraska, manufacturing plant, where the workforce will be cut 40%.

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