September 25, 2018

Supreme One/Theravits Vitamins Recalled for Fish Allergens

Licata Enterprises of California is recalling its The Supreme One/Theravits 100 multiple vitamins because of a labeling issue that could cause people with a fish allergic to consume this product. The product contains Vitamin A partially from fish liver oil which is stated in the Supplement Facts portion of the label. But another part of some labels incorrectly states, “…contains no common allergens.” And the separate allergen statement “contains fish” is missing. On some labels, these ingredients are missing: Molybdenum, Pancreatin, Diastase, Papain, Ox Bile, Vanadium, Silicon, Boron, and Bromelain. No illnesses have been reported to date.

These products were distributed primarily in Southern California, Ohio and Pennsylavnia through health food stores, but also in Wyoming, Virginia, Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Texas. The Supreme One and Therapist 100 product is sold under the brand names Nature’s Concept, VP Discount, Clark’s Nutrition, Hsu & Co, Spatz, Weber Health Foods, Harvest Natural Foods, Nature’s Nutrition, Vita Sun, Good Health, Kraski’s, Lynden Nutrition, Seaside Health Foods, and Vita-Vista. It is packaged in amber or white plastic bottles with the product code 680 or 078 and lot numbers 680xxxx or 078xxxx.

If you purchased any of these products, do not consume them. Throw them away or take them back to the store where you purchased them for a full refund.


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