Supplier News Breaks Archives
Novo Nordisk has unveiled its new U.S. headquarters, a 731,000-square-foot facility in Plainsboro, N.J.
A new solution from Wolters Kluwer Health is aimed at helping retail pharmacies cut down on the time spent dealing with insurance issues.
The Hershey Co. plans to implement a more user-friendly food labeling system across its U.S. product portfolio.
Actress Sofia Vergara is helping to raise awareness about the importance of diagnosing and treating hypothyroidism — and adhering to prescribed medications — through a new campaign sponsored by AbbVie.
Coca-Cola Co. has added a no-caffeine product to its Coke Zero soft drink line.
Actavis Inc. has relaunched its Vestura oral contraceptive in the wake of a favorable court decision.
SymphonyIRI Group Inc. is returning to its founding name of Information Resources Inc. and rebranding as IRI.
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group has announced "Be the Next /1," a national consumer contest that offers fans the chance to star in upcoming national television commercials and digital advertising for the Dr. Pepper soft drink brand.
Frito-Lay North America has extended its Lay's Wavy potato chip line with the introduction of Lay's Wavy Garlic & Sea Salt.
Taro Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. has received approval from the Food and Drug Administration for Topicort Topical Spray 0.25%.
Warner Chilcott has been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration to market 200-mg strength of Doryx delayed-release tablets.