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Halls (cough drop)
Halls is the brand name of a popular mentholated cough drop. Halls cough drops (categorized as a cough suppressant/oral anesthetic by the manufacturer) are sold by the Cadbury-Adams Division of Cadbury-Schweppes. Halls were first made in the 1930s, in Britain, by the Halls Brothers company (founded 1893). Halls Brothers was acquired by Warner-Lambert (since merged with Pfizer) in 1964, and the Halls brand by Cadbury-Schweppes in 1971. Halls is now a worldwide brand.
Additional recommended knowledge
Halls, which have long been advertised as featuring "vapor action", are made in the following flavors:
Green Tea flavor is also available in China.
The Halls Defense Line consists of flavors containing Vitamin C.
Halls Fruit Breezers, launched as a great tasting, non-mentholated lozenge comes in: Cool Berry Cool Creamy Orange Cool Creamy Strawberry Tropical Chill Cool Citrus Blend
There is also a Sugar Free line of mentholated cough drops.
Outside North America, Halls is more advertised as a mentholated hard candy, manufactured in hard candy shapes and is not recognized as cough drops.
Eating an entire package of Halls at once will make you quite sick.
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