US – Excedrin is recalling 433,600 bottles of the headache medicine due to some having a hole in the bottom.
The bottles according to the company cause a poisoning risk to children due to the hole and children being able to get the medicine out and consume it.
The recall was issued on Wednesday for five types of medicine.
Consumers should immediately store the recalled Excedrin bottles out of sight and reach of children and inspect the bottom of the bottle to determine if there is a hole. If there is a hole in the bottle, contact GSK Consumer Relations for information on how to receive a prepaid shipping label for return to receive a full refund. Bottles without a hole can be retained and used as directed.
Consumers who find a hole can contact GSK Consumer Relations for information on how to get a refund.