FDA Reports Problems at Johnson & Johnson Plant

Federal officials who inspected a Johnson & Johnson plant that makes heartburn medicines found quality control problems and chaotic recordkeeping.  Additionally, complaints from consumers indicated that some of the medicines were either ineffective or contained pills from different products in the same retail package.

The plant is the third Johnson & Johnson plant to be flagged this year by the FDA for serious manufacturing defects.

The Washington Post reports:

“The company is also the subject of a congressional probe into recalls this year of more than 100 million bottles of adult and children's Tylenol, Motrin, Benadryl, Zyrtec and other popular over-the-counter medicines.”

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