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FDA Announces Broad Plan to Improve and Expedite Dissemination of Recall Information to Consumers

January 22, 2018, Covington Alert

FDA announced the availability of a new draft guidance in last Friday’s Federal Register that Commissioner Gottlieb explains describes FDA’s policy on public warning and recall notifications, which “gives industry clear direction on how to navigate and work with the FDA to make sure recalls are communicated promptly,” and “will empower consumers by providing more timely and more accurate information on recalled products.” The guidance applies to all FDA-regulated products--foods, drugs, medical devices, and cosmetics.

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