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More Stains Surface On US Hand Sanitizer Market With Production Standards Loosened

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In addition to a large and growing number of products made in Mexico and found to contain methanol on recall, sanitizers made by a Washington state dental whitening product firm contain ethanol at below labeled levels and the presence of undeclared isopropyl alcohol. Recent recalls also include injectable CBD formulations a Seattle firm marketed OTC and a New Jersey’s firm dandruff shampoo produced with water that failed US Pharmacopeia specifications 

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