Reasor’s Preventing Meth Manufacturing

Reasor’s Pharmacy has begun carrying Zephrex-D, a new over-the-counter cold and sinus medication. The active ingredient in Zephrex-D, pseudoephedrine HCl, is a powerful decongestant for sinus pressure and inflammation with a tamper-resistant formula that prevents the active ingredient from being used in the illicit manufacturing of methamphetamine.

“Reasor’s has long been a leader in the communities we serve,” says Andy Becker, director of Reasor’s Pharmacy. “We are happy we were given the opportunity to do our part to counter-act this epidemic that has made such an impact on our community.”

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Each of Reasor’s 17 locations has a Pharmacy located conveniently in the store with knowledgeable, highly-qualified pharmacists who do more than fill prescriptions; these licensed professionals are committed to providing customers with friendly service and expert advice.

Whether they are counseling on the proper use of prescription drugs or answering any questions about over-the-counter medications, Reasor’s Pharmacy puts customer health first. Also, most prescriptions at Reasor’s Pharmacy are filled in 10 minutes or less.

Reasor’s was founded over 49 years ago in Tahlequah. It was family owned until 2007, when Reasor’s became an employee-owned company. Today, it has 17 locations and two convenience stores. The company employs nearly 3,000 people in Northeastern Oklahoma. Supermarket News ranks the company 34th on its Top 50 Small Chains and Independents in the U.S. for 2011.

Updated 03-27-2013

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