In Brief: Iron-containing products
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Iron-containing products: FDA final rule requiring label warnings for iron-containing products and unit-dose packaging for products containing 30 mg iron or more endorsed by Washington, D.C.-based Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council. HCPC says it "wholeheartedly" agrees that "unit-dose packaging will significantly reduce the likelihood of serious injuries to small children." The rule will become effective July 15 ("The Tan Sheet" Jan. 20, p. 1)...
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