Posted June 13, 2012

FDA Warns NatureMost of Failing to Follow Good Manufacturing Practices

The U.S. FDA recently sent a Warning Letter to NatureMost of New England regarding violations of FDA regulations int the manufacture and marketing of its dietary supplements.

An inspection of the company's facility in Connecticut in late 2011 found a number of violations of Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) regulations for dietary suppplements. Affected produts include: C-Complex, “The Natural” multivitamin, and “Multi-Enzymes” digestion product.

In addition, FDA review of the labels for several of products and the company's website (www.naturemost.com) found that the Age-Less Skin Lotion and Poison Ivy Lotion products are promoted for conditions that cause the products to be considered drugs by the FDA, but they are not approved as drugs by the FDA.

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