Infirst Extends Mylanta Brand With Nighttime Product, Chewable Tablets
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Infirst changes the Mylanta Maximum Strength lemon-mint liquid with a "smoother, creamier formulation" and adds a vanilla caramel-flavored version and another liquid product, Mylanta Tonight, featuring a honey chamomile flavor. Also new are Mylanta Gas Minis chewable anti-gas tablets.
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