Higher Safety Risk For Import Supplements Sold At 'Non-Traditional Places'
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA officials most every day find imports containing products labeled as dietary supplements but spiked with drug ingredients, or nonprescription drug products that are not compliant with US regulations. Immigrant consumers particularly are susceptible to using those products, FDA says.
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