August 7, 2020

Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement Recalled For Unsubstantiated Claims

Golden Nutrition Inc. of Opa Locka, Florida is recalling four lots of Golden Nutrition Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement Capsules because the label makes unsubstantiated health claims. No illnesses or adverse reactions have been reported to date in connection with this issue.

The recalled Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement dietary supplement was distributed to distributors through orders in Puerto Rico. Consumers can buy this product at the retail level in that U.S. Territory. It is packaged in a green 150cc PET Bottle that holds 60 capsules. The bottle has a gold cap and is marked with a combination of  lot numbers and expiration dates on the bottom. They are: Lot number 1493 with Expiration date 04/2023; Lot number 1499 with Expiration date 04/2023; Lot number 1513 with Expiration date 05/2023; and Lot number 1515 with Expiration date 05/2023.

The noncompliance with FDA regulations for label claims was noted after one of the company’s distributors mentioned it to company officials. The label makes the unsubstantiated health claims that the product “helps fight corona virus and influenza.” People who use this product may avoid seeing a doctor and can run the risk of developing serious, life-threatening health consequences. The company has suspended production of the product while the label is being corrected.

If you purchased Golden Nutrition Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement capsules, do not use it. Throw it away in a sealed container in a secure garbage can, or take it back to the place of purchase for a refund. If you are sick, especially if you have the symptoms of COVID-19, call or see your doctor.

Anti-Viral Immune Enhancement Recalled For Unsubstantiated Claims

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