Chattem To Revive Rolaids Line Bought From J&J
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Chattem snaps up Rolaids from Johnson & Johnson subsidiary McNeil, which never restocked the iconic heartburn relief brand after recalling and suspending production in 2010. Sanofi touts Rolaids as “an enduring brand with a deep heritage.”
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