It was reported by several media outlets that the Food and Drug Administration seized more than $6 million worth of products from Triad Group in Hartland last month. U.S. marshals took a variety of drug products, including antiseptic products, nasal sprays and medicated wipes so that Triad would stop distributing them. According to the FDA, the products may pose a risk to public health.
Triad Group distributes products made by H&P Industries, and the companies are owned by the same parties. The FDA claims H&P Industries has failed to comply with federal manufacturing regulations. H&P Industries shut down production after U.S. marshals arrived to seize the products. The FDA had previously required the firm to stop making and distributing its drug products. H&P Industries has a history of making promises to improve safety practices, but failing to do so.
Sources: Chicago Tribune and Associated Press
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