Answered by Gabriel Levitt, MA | Posted October 15, 2017
Prescription drugs sold in the U.S. are manufactured in facilities located all over the world. Many medications you rely on are made in Australia, Canada, China, India, France, Germany, Japan, Malta, Singapore, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Unfortunately, if you live in the U.S., and other countries as well, it can be quite the task to pinpoint exactly where your medication was made because companies are not required to list that information. Read full article here3: https://www.pharmacychecker.com/askpc/how-can-i-determine-where-a-drug-is-manufactured/#!
Found this to be worthwhile resource site for information on pharmaceuticals and which country they are produced in. Even though this was a 2017 post not much has changed since then. Sharing!