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FDA ticks off list of grievances over California drug repackager’s quality issues in warning letter

September 11, 2020


Unlike drugmakers that make their meds in-house, a cottage industry of repackagers exists to resell premade drugs with shiny new labels. But what happens when one of those companies fails at its primary job: safely repackaging drugs? A California firm has just found out, courtesy of the FDA.

Newport Beach, California-based Calvin Scott & Co., a wholesaler specializing in drug repackaging, failed to adequately address quality issues at its New Mexico plant that may have compromised the listed expiration date on one of its drugs, according to a warning letter posted online this week.



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