FlavoRx, Fillmaster and FillPure merge to become FlavorMaster    

The motivation for the merger was the success of the new FlavoRx Auto dispensing system, the company said.
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FlavoRx, Fillmaster, and FillPure have merged to become an integrated company called FlavorMaster. It will be based in Columbia, Md.

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The company noted that the motivation for the merger was the demonstrated success and rapid acceptance of the new FlavoRx Auto dispensing system. The FlavoRx Auto automates both reconstitution and flavoring of liquid medications, saving pharmacists time and allowing parents to choose the best taste for their child’s medicine.

“The FlavoRx Auto is a game-changing approach to time-savings and efficiency in the pharmacy,” said Stuart Amos, president and CEO of the newly formed FlavorMaster. “The rapid adoption of this technology, combined with the measurably positive impact it is having in pharmacies, made the decision to merge FlavoRx, Fillmaster, and FillPure an easy one.”

The FlavoRx Auto is installed in over 2,000 pharmacies across the United States, including CVS, Giant Eagle, H-E-B, King Soopers, Kinney Drug, Kroger Cincinnati, Kroger Nashville, Publix, and Smith’s pharmacies.