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Hi-Tech DMAA Ruling, Recalls: Health And Wellness Industry News

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

HiTech Pharmaceuticals will appeal ruling dismissing its complaint against FDA's seizure of its DMAA supplements; and Butala Emporium's Baidyanath brand products and McShare's Premark HS Vitamin RDA Premix are among recent recalls in the dietary supplement sector.

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