US COVID-19 Warnings Continue Climbing, Violative Products Reach Recall Records
Additional products listed in FDA recall records update include Similac Pro-Advance Infant Formula filled with water, a lidocaine patch linked to potentially deficient manufacturing quality controls and two scents of PS Primer Water that may be contaminated. Number of hand sanitizer products exported from to the US and found containing methanol also continues to climb.
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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
Until FDA on 23 June posted report about Golden Nutrition Inc.’s herbal supplement, violative COVID-19 claims had been found online and in advertising through other channels. Other consumer health recalls in US include more than 2.5m bottles of Gaviscon Liquid Antacid missing a safety warning on labels.
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.