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April 12, 2001

MGP Multi-Vita Drops with Fluoride Recalled

Morton Grove, IL (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said today that Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has recalled certain MGP Multi-Vita Drops with Fluoride because of subpotency prior to expiration date; vitamin C (ascorbic acid.)

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

PRODUCT
a) MGP Multi-Vita Drops with Fluoride 0.25 mg., product code 8659, NDC 60432-659-50. Recalled #-158-1.

b) MGP Multi-Vita Drops with Fluoride 0.5 mg., product code 8496, NDC 60432-496-50. Recall #D-159-1.

CODES:
Product Code 8659, lots 22647A, 22431A, 22657A, 22534A, 22534C, 22534E, 22884-A, 22998A, 23077A, 23184A, 23232A, 23351A;

Product code 8496, lots 22308A, 22460A, 22602A, 22602C, 22769A, 23000A, 23000C, 23032A.

MANUFACTURER:
Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Morton Grove, IL.

RECALLED BY:
Manufacturer, by letters dated 3/14/01. Firm-initiated recall ongoing.

DISTRIBUTION:
Nationwide.

QUANTITY:
434378 – 0.25 mg. Fluoride bottles, 53323 – 0.5 mg. Fluoride bottles.

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 April 12, 2001.  For more information regarding the SafetyAlerts free email alert service please click here.

 
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