Thursday, August 10, 2006

Liqui-Gel Industry Hardest Hit By New Airline Restrictions

The worldwide airline restrictions banning liquids and gels from carry-on luggage in the aftermath of a foiled terrorist attempt yesterday, has had a doubly devastating affect on the liqui-gel industry, pushing Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, maker of Advil Liqui-Gel headache medication, Allergan the manufacturer of Refresh Liquigel Eye Drops and Gas-X, which makes a gas-relief liquigel, to the edge of bankruptcy.
"We'll just have to go back to the drawing board," said Stan Bevins, an spokesman for the Gelatinous-Liquid Industry Board (GLIB), which represents the makers of such products. "If we can't find a way to alleviate migraines, moisten eyes and prevent flatulence at 35,000 feet, then the terrorists really have won."

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