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FDA On-Site Inspection of Dietary Supplement Manufacturer, Nutramax Laboratories, Inc., Reveals No Deficiencies


Edgewood, MD. - The FDA performed a non-scheduled site inspection of Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. in February 2006, which resulted in no deficiencies.

The report notes that this was a comprehensive inspection of manufacturing, packaging, warehouse, sanitation, refrigeration unit, and laboratories, whose functions include product analysis, research and development under the auspices of Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. The inspection was conducted under the cGMPs of 21 CFR 110. The company manufactures high quality, research based, dietary supplements.

The report noted that Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. uses drug GMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices) in the manufacturing of their dietary supplements. An NLEA (Nutrition and Labeling Education Act) exam was performed and again, no deficiencies were found. The findings also note that the company has not had any recalls or regulatory actions against it.

Christine Feaster, director of quality/compliance, states, “We were pleased to welcome FDA to our facility. The inspection was conducted smoothly and efficiently. Its positive outcome is a testament to the quality and commitment of the employees of this company.”

About Nutramax Laboratories, Inc.: Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. Consumer Products Division researches, develops, markets and manufactures products to support the active lifestyles of people. The company markets Cosamin®DS joint health supplement, the first glucosamine chondroitin sulfate product in the US that launched an industry. CosaminDS is the number one recommended brand by orthopedic surgeons and rheumatologists . Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. Veterinary Science Division markets and manufactures Cosequin®, the #1 veterinarian-recommended joint health supplement brand

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