Walgreens sells far more pseudoephedrine-containing medications than any other retailer in Missouri. Here's a list of pseudoephedrine sales locations in Missouri in March 2012.
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Fenton pharmacies are among top statewide sellers of pseudoephedrine products, although meth lab seizures remain low.
The City of Fenton has become the newest focal point in the battle against methamphetamine as the Board of Aldermen considers making pseudoephedrine medications only available by prescription. But the battle is as much about competing philosophies and use of statistics as it is about finding and busting meth labs. Pseudoephedrine, which is contained in such sinus relief products as Sudafed and Actifed, is a key ingredient in the manufacture of meth. One statistic is clear cut: Three of the top seven retailers in Missouri for the sale of pseudoephedrine products are located in the Fenton area. The Walgreens at 1001 Bowles Ave., which is just over the City of Fenton's border, is No. 1 in the state, with 1,813 boxes of medications sold last …