Takeda To Change OTC Packaging To Suit Newly Allowed Outlets
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Takeda Pharmaceutical plans to package its over-the-counter drugs to meet the style of convenience stores that will be able to sell the products as of June. Certain OTC products are to be offered in smaller packages and with different designs. Takeda says that if the new packaging proves popular, it will consider them also for pharmacies. A law taking effect June 1 allows OTC drugs to be sold in a wider variety of stores without the requirement a pharmacist be on duty. (Click here for more - a subscription may be required
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