FDA has announced the issuance of a mandatory recall order for food products containing powdered kratom after several were found to contain salmonella. It's the first time FDA has invoked such authority to protect consumers from contaminated food.
A federal court has ordered a dietary supplement manufacturer to stop making and distributing its products until it comes into compliance with FDA regulations and other requirements in a consent decree. The case highlights the consequences of...
A Florida-based company that marketed weight loss and sexual enhancement products as dietary supplements is the subject of an injunction after it was found to have continued selling unapproved and misbranded drugs, FDA announced.
Weighing in on an appeal in the nation's capital, government lawyers said the U.S. International Trade Commission properly decided the Federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act bars a complaint related to fish oil supplements.
A group of researchers maintain a U.S. ban on kratom could exacerbate the nation’s opioid crisis by depriving consumers of a potentially safe alternative to addictive and dangerous drugs, including opioids sold on the black market.
The former co-owner of a dietary supplement manufacturer has pleaded guilty to mail fraud after he was accused by prosecutors of shipping falsely labeled and untested supplements from his business in Missouri to customers within the United States...
Attorneys with the FTC and office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are seeking to revive a lawsuit they brought against Quincy Bioscience over the advertising of Prevagen, a dietary supplement marketed for supporting brain health.