Robitussin Cough Syrup Recall: Important Information For North Dakota Residents
Haleon, the manufacturer of Robitussin, has issued a voluntary recall of eight lots of its cough syrup due to microbial contamination. No adverse events related to this recall have been reported so far.
According to The Hill, the recall includes six lots of Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult in 4 oz. and 8 oz., and two lots of Robitussin Honey CF Max Adult in 8 oz.
The specific lots being recalled, along with their expiration dates, are as follows:
- Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult 4 oz. (Lot T10810, expires Oct. 31, 2025)
- Robitussin Honey CF Max Adult 8 oz. (Lots T08730, T08731, T08732, T08733, all expire May 31, 2025; Lot T10808, expires Sept. 30, 2025)
- Robitussin Honey CF Max Adult 8 oz. (Lots T08740 and T08742, both expire June 30, 2026)
Haleon advises residents in North Dakota who have these products to stop using them immediately. The company is actively notifying distributors and customers about the microbial contamination and providing instructions on how to return the recalled products.
It's important to note that immunocompromised individuals may face severe or life-threatening adverse events if they ingest the contaminated product. While life-threatening infections are less likely in non-immunocompromised consumers, the occurrence of infections requiring medical intervention cannot be ruled out, as mentioned in Haleon's statement.
Consumers should contact their healthcare providers if they experience any problems and report adverse reactions or quality problems to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).