Dietary Supplements Company Ordered to Stop Distributing 'Adulterated' Products | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Dietary Supplements Company Ordered to Stop Distributing 'Adulterated' Products

A federal judge ordered a dietary supplements company to shutter operations and halt distribution of its "adulterated" products on Thursday.

U.S. District Judge Edward Korman issued a permanent injunction against Confidence USA Inc. of New York state, along with the company's president Helen Chian and founder Jim Chao, according to a news release from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The order prevents the company from manufacturing and distributing its products until the FDA orders otherwise.

The company is said to have violated regulations on supplement manufacturing processes while repeatedly failing FDA inspections. Inspectors could not "verify the identity of each dietary ingredient used" in the supplements from 2016 to 2018, while also being unable confirm that rules on "contamination" and "purity" of the ingredients were met.

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