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Immune Active’s Mislabeling Problem

FDA calls out dietary supplement on its labeling.

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Immune Active’s Mislabeling Problem

Immune Active Adult Formula
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There’s a lot wrong with this label for a dietary supplement called Immune Active Adult Formula, says the FDA, which outlined in a recent warning letter to the makers of the product the ways that the labeling violates federal law.

We’ve marked in red the agency’s stated issues with the dietary supplement’s mislabeling, half of which relates to the promotion of the product as a drug without the required FDA approval and half of which relates to misbranding.

In regard to the claim that, “Melaleuca Alternifolia is FDA GRAS-designated as safe,” the FDA wrote: “This statement is false or misleading because FDA has not designated Melaleuca Alternifolia as generally recognized as safe (GRAS).”

The agency also cited violations on numerous websites that sell Immune Active Adult Formula, as well as Immune Active Children’s Formula.

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