FDA War On Tainted Supplements Wages On
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
A warning letter about tainted dietary supplements is a reminder that even though recalls of spiked supplements are declining, products marketed as supplements that contain undeclared prescription drugs still infiltrate the market. The letter illustrates recalling tainted supplements may not prevent future enforcement actions.
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FDA threatens to take "swift and strong" enforcement action without warning, including filing criminal charges, against manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of tainted supplements, according to a letter sent to industry Dec. 15.