Second Indian Firm's Eye Drops Recalled In US
All lots of nearly 30 different dry eye and lubricating products made by Mumbai-based Kilitch Healthcare India and sold in US by major drug store chains and marketed under multiple private label brands are recalled after FDA investigators found insanitary conditions at firm’s facility.
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