Posted July 3, 2012

Standard Process Recalls Three Supplements Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

On June 29, 2012, Standard Process issued a voluntary recall of the company's Cataplex ACP, Cataplex C and Pancreatrophin PMG, after a routine FDA inspection uncovered potential Salmonella contamination in an ingredient found in these three products.

Salmonella can cause serious or life-threatening illness, especially in children, the elderly, and individuals with a weakened immune system. No illnesses have been reported in connection with these products at this time.

Cataplex C, a dietary supplement, is marketed as a formula for immune system support, skin and connective tissue support and bone health support. It contains a number of ingredients including vitamin C and vitamin A.

Cataplex A-C-P, the second recalled dietary supplement, contains similar ingredients, including vitamin C, and is marketed for the support of cardiovascular health, immune function and the maintenance of cells and tissues.

(See ConsumerLab.com's Reviews of Vitamin A Supplements and Vitamin C Supplements for tests of related products.)

The third product being recalled, Pancreatrophin PMG, contains ingredients including bovine pancreas extract and buckwheat juice, and is marketed to support healthy pancreatic function and cellular health.

(See ConsumerLab's Digestive Enzyme Supplements Review for tests of related products.)

These products are typically sold to consumers through health care professionals.

ConsumerLab.com has tested a variety of Standard Process products (although not those listed above.)

For more details regarding this recall, use the link below.