The FDA sent yet another warning letter for a brand that claimed that their product treated and prevented COVID-19.
According to the FDA, “Some examples of the claims on your websites …” are:
“THIS [PRODUCT] IS A PROMISING TOOL TO BATTLE COVID-19 . . .”
“A SPRAY A DAY COULD KEEP COVID AWAY . . .”
You would think that by now companies would know to be careful with these kinds of claims 😅
According to the warning letter, there is no evidence that this product does anything to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Furthermore, the FDA is advising consumers, “not to purchase or use certain products that have not been approved, cleared, or authorized by FDA and that are being misleadingly represented as safe and/or effective for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19.”
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