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Food and Drug Administration and Compliance Issues
Friday, October 18, 2019
Baby powder manufacturer voluntarily recalls products for asbestos FDA advises consumers to stop using affected products
Baby powder manufacturer voluntarily recalls products for asbestos
FDA advises consumers to stop using affected products
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting consumers of a voluntary recall by Johnson & Johnson of Johnson’s Baby Powder after FDA testing has found that a sample from one lot of the product contains chrysotile fibers, a type of asbestos. Consumers who have Johnson’s Baby Powder lot #22318RB should stop using it immediately and contact Johnson & Johnson for a refund. The FDA stands by the quality of its testing and results and is not aware of any adverse events relating to exposure to the lot of affected products.
During talc mining, if talc mining sites are not selected carefully and steps are not taken to purify the talc ore sufficiently, the talc may be contaminated with asbestos. Asbestos is a known carcinogen. It is ...