Time's Up For Sundial Herbs – US Firm Recalls All Products Seven Years After FDA’s Warning
FDA officials, following each Sundial Herbs response since 2013 to the agency stating that it had corrected problems identified during inspections, found continued violations on the firm’s website and in its store. Investigators purchased the firm’s products with violative claims as recently as February.
You may also be interested in...
In Brief: revised NDI draft expected in 2013, MusclePharm invests, Sundial label and GMP warnings, AHPA publishes organic guidance
CFSAN plans revised NDI draft in 2013; MusclePharm invests in BioZone delivery tech; Indiana kicks off anti-smurfing campaign; Sundial fails basic labeling, GMP compliance; AHPA advises supplement firms on organic rules; Naturex commits to sustainability; Targeted Medical Pharma expands into supplements.
While FDA continues posting announcements of recalls of hand sanitizers made by firms in Mexico and found to contain methanol, its latest recall records update also show Michigan Herbal Remedies recalled a total of 5,938 bottles of hemp oils due to elevated lead levels.
Final rule amends FDA regulation on gluten-free labeling to provide alternative means for the agency to verify compliance. It will determine whether a firm is compliant from records it must maintain, and make available for inspection and copying, of the fermented or hydrolyzed supplements and food products bearing the claim.