How The US FDA Is Checking For Adequate Controls Against DEG/EG Ingredient Substitution
Agency has increased its efforts to protect the US market from the diethylene glycol and ethylene glycol adulteration linked to hundreds of deaths in seven countries with testing, remote records requests, inspections, import alerts and more. Manufacturing quality compliance director Francis Godwin stresses importance of testing every container, while sharing tips for simplifying the task.
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