Alli Recalled for Product Tampering – Updated 4/10/14

Posted on April 10, 2014 by


BJ’s has been notified that Glaxo Smith Kline (“GSK”) is recalling its Alli® 60mg Capsules.

If you still have the recalled product, please discontinue use and discard the remaining product. Please do not return the product to BJ’s.

For a full refund, please visit the Member Services Desk at your local BJ’s. If you have your receipt please bring it with you. If you do not have your receipt, the BJ’s Club personnel can look up the purchase and issue you a refund.

Price Chopper posted the following information regarding the alli Recall:
90 Count and 120 Count Alli Weight Loss Aid Capsules

Publix posted the following information regarding the alli Recall:

Date: 03/27/14
Title: GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Recalls All Alli® Weight Loss Products Due to Possible Tampering


Target posts the following information regarding alli Recall:

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Walmart & Sam’s Club posted Recall Below.



GSK is alerting consumers that some bottles of its alli® over-the-counter weight loss medication have been tampered with.

What Does The Tampered Product Look Like:

– The outer carton may look authentic.
– The bottle may contain a range of tablets and capsules of various shapes and colors.
– The bottle may not have a label.
– The bottle’s tamper evident seal may not be intact, not be made of foil and/or not have the authentic alli® wording: “Sealed for your Protection.”
– The lot numbers and expiration dates on the bottle do not match the lot number and expiration date on the outer carton.
– To date, some bottles bearing the following lot numbers and expiration dates on the carton have been reported to us by consumers as containing product other than alli®:
– Carton Lot 14372, Expiration: 02/28/2016
– Carton Lot 14395, Expiration: 02/28/2016
– Carton Lot 14124, Expiration: 09/30/2015
– Carton Lot 14267, Expiration: 01/31/2016
– Carton Lot 14442, Expiration: 04/30/2016

Where Tampered Product Was Found:

These tampered products were reportedly purchased by consumers at retail stores in the following seven states: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina and Texas.

What Authentic alli® Looks Like:

alli® is a turquoise blue capsule with a dark blue band. It is packaged in a labeled bottle that has an inner foil seal imprinted with the words: “Sealed for your Protection.” The same Lot and Expiration Date codes should be printed on both the bottle label and the outer carton. Check to make sure your alli® looks like this. Please see attached photos of an authentic alli® capsule, bottle with label and alli cartons below.

What Consumers Should Do:

– Consumers should not use the product if the authentic alli® features as described above are not present, or if they have any concerns.
– If you have consumed any product which you think may not be alli®, you should contact your healthcare provider.
– GSK is seeking cooperation from consumers in this investigation. If you suspect you have purchased any inauthentic alli® product, please promptly contact our Consumer Relations line at 800-671-2554 and a representative will provide you with further instructions. All product and packaging materials, including pamphlets, seals, etc. should be retained pending further instructions.

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