June 25, 2018

Iowa Select Herbs Recalls Dietary Supplements

In the FDA’s Weekly Enforcement Report for the week ending May 11, 2016, Iowa Select Herbs recalled dietary supplements for misbranding, unapproved new drugs, and adulterated dietary supplements. The products were ordered recalled by the FDA because a consent decree for injunctive relief was declared.

Important Notice Recall

These products were distributed to retail stores in California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New York, and South Carolina, and to consumers nationwide and internationally in Denmark, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and Serbia. The recalled products include Acerola Berry (Malpighia) in 4 fluid ounce containers, with lot number 32796 and expiration date 04/2019. Also recalled is Acia Berry (Euterpe oleracea) in 4 ounce containers with lot number 22345 and expiration date 05/2017.

Alfalfa Leaf in 7.5 ounce containers is also recalled, with lot number 30464 and expiration date 02/2019. Alisma Leaf in 1 gallon containers is recalled, with lot number 130601H040 and expiration date 02/2019. Aloe Vera Juice in 4 fluid ounce containers is recalled, with lot number m10752 and expiration date 11/2016. You can see the product names, package sizes, lot numbers, and expiration dates for the additional recalled 99 products at the FDA web site. The products were sold between sold between January 1, 2015 and August 17, 2015.

If you purchased any of these products, do not use them. Throw them away or return them to the place of purchase for a refund.


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