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Miracle Neutralizer warning

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Canadians are warned against use of Miracle II Miracle Neutralizer "or any health products exported or sold by" the West Monroe, La.-based firm Tedco, Inc., Health Canada announces Aug. 8. The warning was issued because the product, which can be consumed orally or applied topically, "could contain harmful bacteria" such as E. coli. Miracle Neutralizer's intended uses include "heartburn, sunburn, pet and plant health and vegetable cleaning," the agency states. Health Canada issued a recall for the product in May, but is concerned some consumers are unaware of the withdrawal. Tedco has faced trouble in the U.S. as well. The firm received a July 2003 warning letter for claiming its soaps and moisturizing products could treat diseases such as AIDS and cancer (1"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 11, 2003, In Brief)...

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