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November 21, 2000

Pueblo Xtra Brand Isopropyl Alcohol Recalled

Carolina, Puerto Rico (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said today that Omega, Inc. is recalling certain Pueblo Xtra brand Isopropyl Alcohol because of mislabeling.  The product bears both the correct label strength of 70% and an incorrect label declaration of 50%.

This is the first public notice of this Class III issued by FDA.

PRODUCT
Pueblo Xtra brand Isopropyl Alcohol, 70% Rubbing Alcohol, in 16-fluid ounce bottles.

Recall #D-023-1.

CODE
Lot Numbers: B125 and B143.

MANUFACTURER
Omega, Inc., Carolina, Puerto Rico.

RECALLED BY
Manufacturer, on October 3, 2000. Firm-initiated recall ongoing.

DISTRIBUTION
Puerto Rico.

QUANTITY
7,200 units were distributed.

Questions concerning this recall may be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA.

Notice of this product warning was sent via email to SafetyAlerts subscribers November 21, 2000.  For more information regarding the SafetyAlerts free email alert service please click here.

 
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