Despite Warnings Drug Manufacturing Plant Not Up to FDA Standards
CNN Money (Decembe1, 2010-Kavilanz) This article reports that a year after FDA warnings to "get its act together," inspectors at Johnson & Johnson McNeil Consumer Health Care unit "continue to find problems." The article points out that between January and September 2010 inspectors found "49-customer complaints of product mix-ups." Recently, a report listed eight separate violations. According to the FDA the companys Puerto Rico drug manufacturing facility lacks "quality controls....safe guards to isolate, single "rejected-single" raw materials and drugs." The article goes onto note the "Puerto Rico plant was a source of millions of adult Tylenol, Motrin and Benadryl drugs that were recalled in late 2009, in January 2010, and again in July 2010 over concerns of a moldy, musty color." The company remains the focus of an FDA criminal investigation.
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