Posted August 23, 2016

Seller of Aloe Liquid and Capsules Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims

On July 15, 2016, the FDA issued a warning letter to Aloe Farms, Inc., following a facility inspection which found the company's product, Cranberry Flavored Aloe Vera Liquid Whole Leaf Full Strength Herbal Supplement to be adulterated because it was prepared, packed, or held under conditions that violate Current Good Manufacturing Practices for dietary supplements.

These violations include failure to establish finished product specifications for identity, purity, strength, and composition for the finished batch of each dietary supplement manufactured, and failure to prepare and follow a written master manufacturing record for each unique formulation of dietary supplement manufactured, as required by federal regulations. 

In addition, the company's Aloe Farms Aloe Capsules and Whole Leaf Aloe Vera Capsules were found to be misbranded because their labels did not provide information which is required for dietary supplements. 

(See ConsumerLab.com's Review of Aloe Liquids, Gels and Supplements for tests of related products.)

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To read the FDA's warning letter, use the link below