Infant Formula Shipped From Texas Strip Mall Without Sufficient Bacteria Testing
FDA says Mother’s Touch Formula made available without pre-market notification and with essential nutrients below required levels. Marketer’s address is a strip mall with fast food restaurants, hair salon, postal services business, grocery store and congressional candidate’s campaign office.
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