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Johnson & Johnson

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Has developed more stringent manufacturing practices as a result of a recall of 56,000 7 oz. and 12 oz. bottles of Johnson's No More Tangles Spray On Detangler that were contaminated with pseudomonas cepacia, the firm says. J&J initiated the ongoing Class II (temporary or medically reversible ill effects possible) recall of the nationally distributed products by telephone April 8-11 and by letter April 18, according to the Aug. 10 FDA Enforcement Report. No consumer illness or injuries related to the contaminated products were reported, the company states. The lots that did not meet standards for microbiological purity were discovered during quality assurances testing, according to the firm



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