The letter refers to "multiple violations" of the contract manufacturers' manufacturing practices used to manufacture Assured branded medicines from Dollar Tree and others sold in Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores Medicines were used.  Now, in its warning letter to Dollar Tree, the FDA is calling on the company to implement a system to ensure that no adulterated drugs are imported.
"In this case, Dollar Tree is ultimately responsible for not selling potentially unsafe medicines and other FDA-regulated products to Americans," he said. "We will continue to be vigilant in protecting the US public from companies that endanger Americans' health, whether through the manufacture and distribution of products we regulate or otherwise."
The company, which operates under the Dollar Tree and Family Dollar brands, announces that it is working with the FDA and plans to meet with the agency.
"We are committed to our customers' safety and have very robust and rigorous testing programs in place." Randy Guiler, Vice President of Investor Relations at Dollar Tree, said in a statement from the company on Thursday that the products of our third-party manufacturers are safe.
"All of the items in this report are current and non-consumable products, and as always, we are working with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and we plan to meet and expect with the FDA in the near future that our plans will meet their requirements in every way, "the statement said.
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