Relaxation Potion Warning: Wake Up Call About FDA Beverage Guidance
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA warning letter on Dewmar’s Lean Slow Motion…Potion line is the first addressing differences between products marketed as conventional beverages and as liquid supplements since a final guidance in January. Attorney Justin Prochnow says the warning could signal an FDA crackdown on melatonin in conventional beverages.
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