Mandatory, Voluntary Recalls Distress Supplement Firms
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Because a consent decree stipulated FDA could order Kabco Pharmaceuticals to recall products if the firm was found in violation, the enforcement did not emanate from the agency’s mandatory recall authority. Purity First Products, meanwhile, argues that FDA wrongly claimed the firm refused to conduct a recall.
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