November 7, 2017

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FDA Warns Dietary Supplement Maker for CGMP Violations
Create-A-Pack in Ixonia, WI. Image courtesy of Google Maps

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning letter on Nov. 2 to food contract packaging and manufacturing firm Create-A-Pack Foods Inc. after agency investigators visiting its Ixonia, WI facility found violations of the Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) for Manufacturing, Packaging, Labeling, or Holding Operations for Dietary Supplement.

In the warning letter, the FDA said the firm’s dietary supplement products examined by its investigators were adulterated due to insanitary conditions in preparation, packaging, or storage.

The agency also alleged that several of the firm’s supplements were misbranded.

Create-A-Pack’s Herbal Cleanse 5-Day Cleansing Program Dietary Supplement boxed kit and its bottled components, its Herbal Cleanse Intensive Cleansing Blend, and its Herbal Cleanse Precleansing Blend products made at the site were identified as the products impacted by the CGMP violations.

A full list of the FDA violations with details can be found here

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