The FDA has been investigating certain supplements since September and has found some tejocote root products to be substituted with toxic yellow oleander, which can cause serious reactions and death.

Most of the products are sold online. As of April 4, the Food and Drug Administration had received reports of

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In response to the problem with elevated levels of lead in cinnamon in children’s applesauce and recalls of products in the fall of 2023, the FDA initiated a review of ground cinnamon and has issued warnings.

During the review the Food and Drug Administration found elevated levels of lead in

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about certain tejocote root supplements substituted with toxic yellow oleander.

FDA analysis has determined that certain dietary supplements labeled as tejocote (Crataegus mexicana) root because they were tested and found to be substituted with yellow oleander (Cascabela

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The Food and Drug Administration has warned about particular scallops harvested from prohibited water that may be contaminated.

The scallops were purchased by restaurants, distributors, and food retailers in Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania and may have been further distributed. According to the FDA, Intershell International Corp.

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The FDA is alerting parents and caregivers about two varieties of LittleOak infant formulas that the company is currently recalling. 

The products have been sold in the United States illegally because the company has not submitted the required premarket notification to the Food and Drug Administration.

Products included in this

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Three seafood companies that export seafood to the United States on notice from the Food and Drug Administration for violations of the Seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation, in addition to several other U.S. food safety laws.

The FDA sent the warning letters to the companies in
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