Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. TEVA, +4.68% said Tuesday its FDA-approved generic version of the EpiPen is available in the U.S. at most retail pharmacies at a wholesale cost of $300 for a 2-pack. The news comes after a period of shortages for the EpiPen, a life-saving allergy treatment that is made by Mylan N.V. MYL, +3.56%. The Teva generic uses Antares Pharma ATRS, -0.96% VIBEX(R) device. Antares and Teva have an exclusive license, development and supply Agreement for epinephrine auto injector products that Teva markets in the U.S. Teva shares rose 0.6% premarket, but have fallen 57% in 2019, while the S&P 500 SPX, +1.21% has gained 17″%.