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Supplement Firm Fails GMP Inspection Four Months After Third-Party Certification

Executive Summary

GMP warning to Nutra Solutions USA reflects not only that manufacturers and other supplement firms are responsible to maintain compliance at their facilities, but also third-party inspectors should be responsible for their certifications, say industry stakeholders.

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