Walgreen Recalls Products Frozen in Snowstorm
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
FDA Chicago district officials reported that Walgreen Co. recalled approximately 89 drug products in February after the truck shipping the products was stuck in a snowstorm. As a result, products "were subjected to below freezing temperatures" and were recalled by Walgreen, reported FDA in its Aug. 15 Enforcement Report. FDA officials reported that this recall was a "very unusual case
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