Walgreens Acetaminophen

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Patricia Says:


I just bought Walgreens acetaminophen extended release caplets 650mg. Batch number 2349073. When I called the 800 number I was told it was manufactured in a lab in NJ. Can you verify this?



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Richard Says:


who is the manufacturer of the Walgreens brand of acetaminpohen? Where is it manufactured?

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Jenna Says:

@Richard,

Based on my research, Walgreens brand acetaminophen is primarily manufactured by LNK International, Inc.; which is a U.S. based manufacturer or private label brands of over the counter products for many U.S. stores.

Their headquarters, manufacturing and distribution facilities are all located in Hauppauge, NY.

However, not all Walgreens carry Acetaminophen made by the same company.

I hope this helps!

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larry Says:

what is the difference between Tylenol and Walgreens Acetaminophen?

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