More new analgesics products are on the horizon. However, retailers will wait and see if these introductions can stimulate category sales or prove to be a headache for retailers who must find room on their already overcrowded shelves. In the children's analgesics, a growth segment for some retailers, Whitehall-Robins, Madison, N.J., is about to launch the first Advil for children in liquid suspension form. That product is pending Food and Drug Administration approval and could be on the ...

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