I think this is harmless this time as the word “not” is written on the label twice.  Two nots could be better than one.  There’s no consumer involvement needed for this recall and and the the instructions on the blister packs have the correct instructions, with one “not” I am guessing.  BD 

Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest maker of consumer health imageproducts, said it is recalling nine lots of extended-release Sudafed tablets in the U.S. because of a typographical error in the directions on the label.

The cold medicine’s label includes an extra “not” when directing patients “do not not divide, crush, chew, or dissolve the tablet,” J&J said in a notice today on its website. The New Brunswick, New Jersey-based company said the recall affects 667,632 products and hasn’t been linked to any injuries.

J&J Recalls 667,632 Sudafed Packages Over Labeling Error - Bloomberg


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