My kids never complained about taking Zyrtec. Now that it's in the plastic bottle, they swear it tastes terrible. I e-mailed the company twice and they did not reply. I purchased Zyrtec today and happened to get a glass bottle, which I compared to the plastic. The ingredients are in fact different. Could that make a difference in the taste?
11 Dec 2009
Yes, changing the ingredients can definitely change the taste.
Try calling the manufacturer and give them your feedback. Please see link below for phone contact.
- Zyrtec Information for Consumers
- Zyrtec Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Zyrtec (detailed)
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