Posted February 28, 2017

Multivitamin Recalled Due to Allergen Risk

On February 14, 2017, Licata Enterprises issued a recall of all lots of its Supreme One and Theravits 100 multiple vitamins because they contain fish liver oil but is labeled as containing "no common allergens." The product is sold under the following brand names: Nature's Concept, VP Discount, Clark's Nutrition, Hsu & Co, Spatz, Weber Health Foods, Harvest Natural Foods, Nature's Nutrition, Vita Sun, Good Health, Kraski's, Lynden Nutrition, Seaside Health Foods, and Vita-Vista.

The Supplement Facts on the product label states it contains "Vitamin A (partially from fish liver oil)." However, the "contains no common allergens" statement on the label may mislead individuals with fish allergies to believe the product is safe for them.

People with an allergy to fish oils should not consume this product, as it could cause an allergic reaction.

In addition, some labels on this product fail to list the following ingredients: molybdenum, pancreatin, diastase, papain, ox bile, vanadium, silicon, boron, and bromelain.

Recalled its The Supreme One and Theravits 100 multiple vitamins are packaged in amber or white plastic bottles and can be identified by the following:

  • Code Numbers: 680 or 078
  • Lot Numbers: 680xxxx or 078xxxx

They were distributed through health food stores primarily Southern California, Ohio and Pennsylvania , but were also sold in Wyoming, Virginia, Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Texas.

See ConsumerLab.com's Reviews of Multivitamin and Multimineral Supplements and Digestive Enzyme Supplements for tests of related products.

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