CINCINNATI -- Supermarket chains have taken swift action to remove from their shelves any counterfeit bottles of Procter & Gamble's top-selling dandruff shampoo, Head & Shoulders. The process of weeding out the counterfeit bottles began about two weeks ago, when retailers in all three trade classes were notified by P&G that there was a serious problem with bogus products. Neither the exact source of the products nor how long they have been in circulation, or in what quantities, ...

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