GMP-Deficient Supplement Own-Labeler Also Dabbles In OTC Drug Sales
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Mega-Pro Nutrition is one of two own-labelers, along with Vicare International Inc., warned on GMP violations in warning letters FDA published Sept. 26. A third supplement firm, Newton-Everett, was warned about making extensive drug claims for its products, including in social media posts.
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