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Guardian Drug GMP deficiencies draw FDA warning letter; firm initiates Gas Gone recall.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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GUARDIAN DRUG INITIATES GAS GONE RECALL due to a labeling error that gave one lot a three-year expiration date rather than a two-year expiration date. The maker of private-label antacids, laxatives, anti-flatulents and stomach remedies said the recall, initiated in early January, is in progress and includes product distributed to the warehouse level. None of the Gas Gone tablets have yet been returned to the company.
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