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J&J Shines Spotlight On U.S. OTC Sales Growth

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Domestic OTC sales grow nearly 20% to $644 million as J&J remains on track to return 75% of recalled McNeil products to market. Consumer business head Sandra Peterson says the firm began breaking out OTC sales figures to single out how the business is doing.

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