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To launch private-label equivalent of Tums Ultra Strength tablets in SKUs of 36 and 72 in December under its Pharmacist Formula control brand. Also in December, the company will introduce 500 mg acetaminophen (72- and 100-count SKUs) and 200 mg ibuprofen (72- and 100-count SKUs) in senior-friendly Kwik Kap packaging. Leiner will add a private-label version of P&G's DayQuil sinus & congestion caplets (12 count) in January 1995 to its recently launched equivalent of DayQuil sinus & pain caplets (20 count). The company will debut a version of P&G's Vicks children's chewable DayQuil allergy in four-ounce bottles in January. In February, Leiner will launch a copy of Benadryl cold/allergy caplets (20 and 40 count) and a version of P&G's Pepto-Bismol caplets (40 count). Expected in December 1995 is Leiner's version of Kaopectate IB caplets in 6- and 12-count SKUs

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