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OTC Sanitizer Firm In China On US Import Alert, Warned After Twice Missing On GMP Compliance

FDA's First-Ever Countrywide Import Alert Ordered On Sanitizers From Mexico

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Yuyao YiJia Daily Chemical told FDA placed all drugs it manufactures on import alert in September because its methods and controls for manufacturing OTC sanitizers and other products do not appear to conform to current drug GMPs.

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