The first quarter of 2020 is behind us, and with it, a fresh batch of warning letters sent by the FDA to food and dietary supplement companies.
We’ve compiled a snapshot of all of the letters that posted from January through the end of March and organized them by category provided by the FDA for your convenience. In total, 22 warning letters were sent for various infractions, ranging from FSVP violations to Insanitary Conditions.
Among the warning letters we follow, this week FDA posted one to a drug manufacturer, two to device firms, and one to a clinical investigator conducting studies on a device.
Enforcement this week included a collection of warning letters including three device warning letters and three drug GMP warning letters, including one to a fertility clinic governed under 21 CFR 1271. And, warning letters to firms touting treatments for the coronavirus disease finally started appearing.
We cover one device warning letter and review a mislabeling of PURELL Hand Sanitizer.
This week we cover three warning letters: two to pharma firms and one to a clinical investigator.
FDA posted one warning letter to a pharmaceutical firm and 15 to firms that sell CBD products.
We took a snapshot of the seven warning letters FDA sent to food and dietary supplement companies that were posted in October. Violations range from misbranding to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes.