Las Vegas Kratom Marketer Rolls Dice On FDA's Mandatory Recall Authority
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA for the first time exercises its mandatory recall authority over food and supplement products to order Triangle Pharmanaturals, which opened for business in Las Vegas in April 2017, to recall all of the kratom-containing products it has distributed and to cease distributing additional products.The agency also notes in the announcement that it continues to scrutinize kratom's safety unrelated to contamination.
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