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Ranitidine’s US Future In Limbo As Tests Continue; ‘Glow-Boosting’ Mask Also Among Recent Recalls

Zantac marketer Sanofi says it’s unclear whether the product eventually will relaunch. In other recent consumer health and beauty recalls in US, a vitamin C-containing face mask is recalled following a “spike in complaints” about skin irritation and the insides of tubes of sodium chloride ophthalmic ointments made for Walgreens and CVS were found with materials used to make the containers.

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New DSCSA Track And Trace Governing Body Up And Running

Despite some previous uncertainty about sufficient funding commitments from members, the coalition of manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors is operational, with a meeting planned for early next year. It will oversee data governance systems for implementing the US supply chain safety law, a key element of the law's third phase set to go into effect November 2023.

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Amazon Among Retailers Slashing Prices On Supplements, Personal Care Over ‘Cyber 5’ Stretch

Amazon will offer savings of 25% on own-brand Solimo purchases starting the weekend of Cyber Monday, among other promotions planned across its dietary supplement and personal-care categories. Meanwhile, Vitamin Shoppe and GNC will be discounting products up to 40% during the typically busy five-day stretch for nutrition and wellness shopping.

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Consumer Reports Has 'Concerns' About Echinacea, Turmeric Supplements

Nonprofit advocacy group says one third of echinacea and turmeric supplements it tested contained ingredients in amounts lower than labeled or elevated levels of lead or bacteria. Industry groups say CR used "arbitrary" standards based on preconceived, critical view of US supplement regulation.

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