If you bought pain medications from a Missouri or Illinois Family Dollar store, you might want to check the labels as there's a voluntary recall that's been issued due to a problem with the temperatures they were stored in.

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This bulletin from the FDA alerts anyone that picked up Advil from a Family Dollar store to check the label and see if their product is affected. The recall affects a large number of Advil bottles as the statement says it's Advil "that were stored and shipped to certain stores on or around June 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023 due to product being stored by Family Dollar outside of labeled temperature requirements."

Here are the UPC numbers to look for:

  • 0901458 ADVIL 200MG TABLET 100CT
  • 0901839 ADVIL 200 MG CAPLET 24 CT
  • 0913023 ADVIL TABLET 50CT
  • 0916071 ADVIL LIQUID GEL 40 CT
  • 0999259 ADVIL TABLET 6CT

The FDA bulletin says that no illnesses have been reported as a result of this error at this time. They add these details if you find that you have one of these Advil products that have been recalled:

Customers with questions regarding this recall may contact Family Dollar Customer Service at 844-636-7687

Check out the full statement from the FDA for more info on the Advil recall.

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