Monday, May 16, 2011

Georgia: Amoxilina Recalled by FDA (May 16, 2011)

FdaImage via WikipediaMulti-Mex Distributor Inc., of Tucker, Ga., is recalling dietary supplements whose packaging appears to be an intentional marketing ploy to mimic antibiotics and may be directed at Hispanic buyers, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

The products were distributed to retail stores and distributors in Texas, Georgia, Tennessee, California, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Colorado and Indiana.

The FDA inspected the full range of products from Multi-Mex and recalled all of them, including Amoxilina.

Multi-Mex products are in U.S. stores with names that sounded very similar to names in México, including Bisolbom (Bosilvon), Vermex (Vermox), Neolubrina (Neomelubrina), Pentreximil (Pentrexil), Sinalar (Synalar), Terramocina (Terramicina) and Vitaderogil (Aderogil15).
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