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Generic Nicotine Replacement Products Start To Smoke In 2000

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Executive Summary

Private label OTC smoking cessation products thrived in 2000, their first full year on the food, drug and mass market, recording sales well over $100 mil. and capturing nearly a 20% dollar share, according to data from Information Resources, Inc. (Chicago).

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