The folks behind PowerUp and PowerDown get FDA warning letter for shoddy labeling and bogus claims.
Carol Bond Health Foods is warned for osteoporosis, hepatitis, diabetes and more claims.
Following an FDA inspection, Homeodynamics is formally called out for issues with ingredient labeling, new drug claims and shoddy quality control.
EmuMagic products aren’t so magical to FDA, which pulled an official warning letter out of its hat for owner Patricia Constans.
FDA has announced another group of vaping websites caught selling to children.
Reishi D has earned its distributor an FDA warning letter.
Young Health Products is warned for claims its products can treat diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, COPD, autism and much more.
FTC and FDA have teamed up to rid the ‘net of misleading and, in some cases, downright fraudulent “herbal” remedies for opioid addiction and withdrawal.
TruVision has been officially warned by FDA for claims about truWeight & Energy Gen 2, Ubiquinol, Omega 3, reNU, truElevate and Pycnogenol.
BrainAlert is FDA-warned and told it cannot use scientific studies to hawk its supplement.
After multiple inspections Maine Natural Health is officially warned for lax quality control, false claims and “adulterated” products.
Wellness Resources has been formally warned for
“misbranded” drugs and ordered to remove certain medical claims.