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M&M Wholesale had planned to sell 500,000 counterfeit Similac cans -- FDA affidavit.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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SIMILAC COUNTERFEITERS HAD PLANNED TO SELL 500,000 CANS of an imitation of Ross Labs' powder infant formula with iron, according to a Feb. 9 affidavit written by FDA Office of Criminal Investigations Special Agent Eric Owen. Owen reported that the counterfeiters, Santa Ana, Calif.-based M&M Wholesale, "entered into a contract" with Westminster, Calif.-based supplier Southwest Multi Food under which M&M "would purchase 500,000 pounds of milk-based, iron-fortified powdered infant formula" from Southwest Multi Food.





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