FDA Warning Letter Prompts Be Natural Organics To Revise Web Claims
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The agency highlights claims for nine Be Natural Organics products – including statements about collagen production, cellular regeneration, hyperpigmentation reduction and eczema and acne treatment – in its recent warning letter to the company.
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