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But there was yet another component to be added to the Bromo Seltzer mixture, perhaps the most important one.
This mystery was solved by Bernard Brodie (a McGill graduate) and Julius Axelrod (a Nobel Prize winner in 1970) who discovered that acetanilide, the pain killer in Bromo seltzer, could cause methemoglobinemia, a condition in which hemoglobin loses its ability to bind oxygen.
2000 Dollar sales 2001 2000 1999 Trade class (add 000) share share share Food/drug combination stores $22,336 32% 33% N/A Chain drug stores 17,540 25% 26% N/A Discount stores 17,360 25% 23% N/A Supermarkets 9,772 14% 14% N/A Independent drug stores 2,792 4% 4% N/A Best-sellers by dollar sales (*) Market Dollar sales Unit sales Brand Manufacrurer share (add 000) (add 000) Alka-Seltzer Bayer 79.2% $55,241 12,795 Alka-Seltzer PM Bayer 2.5% 1,749 4,116 Bromo Seltzer Numark 0.7% 470 98 (*)Private label brands account for 17.5% of dollar sales and 23.6% of unit sales.
Unlike the original Alka-Seltzer, a combination of sodium bicarbonate and aspirin, Bromo Seltzer uses acetaminophen, the ingredient found in analgesics such as Tylenol.
Sodium bicarbonate (such as Alka-Seltzer, Bromo Seltzer, and Brioschi).
In addition, Bromo Seltzer is being marketed in single-dose foil packets instead of the previous bottle.
1999 Dollar sales 2000 1999 1998 Trade class (add 000) share share share Food/drug combination stores $21,219 33% N/A N/A Chain drug stores 16,718 26% N/A N/A Discount stores 14,789 23% N/A N/A Supermarkets 9,002 14% N/A N/A Independent drug stores 2,572 4% N/A N/A Best-sellers by dollar sales [*] Market Dollar sales Unit sales Brand Manufacturer Share (add 000) add (000) Alka-Seltzer Bayer 92.4% $59,480 14,237 Bromo Seltzer Warner-Lambert 1.0% 653 139 (*.)Private label products account for 6.5% of dollar sales.
Himmel announced in July it had obtained the right to market Warner Wellcome Consumer Health Products' Bromo Seltzer.
Bromo Seltzer is an effervescent product combining an antacid with acetaminophen.