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Adcock Ingram, which counts Panado painkillers and the cold and flu product Corenza C among its brands, says an improvement in demand for over-the-counter (OTC) products and innovative marketing helped it grow trading profit by a quarter in its half year to end-December.

New products, such as additional Panado variants, helped boost Adcock’s consumer business to well above pre-pandemic levels, CEO Andy Hall told Business Day, with the group pleased by improved margins and about R200m in revenue from products that weren’t in the market a year ago...

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