Adulterated


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Adulterated

adjective Referring to a drug or device which: contains decomposed or putrid material; has been produced, prepared, packed or held under unsanitary conditions, and/or not in accordance with good manufacturing practice; contains an unsafe colour additive; has a strength and/or quality or purity which differs from that recognised by an official compendium; and is mixed or packed with another substance that reduces its quality or strength.
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Nevertheless, the agency has taken the necessary steps to shield consumers against products that it has found to contain an illegal, adulterated dietary ingredient," Dr.
3 ON DEALING WITH THE MENACE: The ministry has appealed to all state governments to keep a strict vigil to prevent the sale of adulterated and counterfeit goods during this season.
At the same time, gasoline was adulterated with kerosene in the ratio of 3:1 i.
The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 was amended by the Drugs & Cosmetics (Amendment) Act, 2008 to provide for more stringent penalties for manufacture and trade of spurious and adulterated drugs.
President of the Olive Press Owners and Producers Association Enad Fayez told a pres conference that glutting the local market with adulterated oils would affect the marketing power of Jordanian oil products as producers are already hit by stagnation and rising production cost and are worried about the "collapse" of their investment.
The study, conducted this month by the food safety and standards authority of India, found milk was adulterated with skimmed milk powder and glucose, or more shockingly hydrogen peroxide, urea and detergent.
According to Lieutenant General Saleh Juma Bu Aseebah, Director of the Economic Crime Combating Department, the police were tipped off in June about a group of Asians involved in making and selling adulterated saffron.
The FDA warned you that as it is used in your product, caffeine is an unsafe food additive, and therefore your product is adulterated.
a list of nonfood products that FDA determines may render food adulterated if it is subsequently transported in the same bulk vehicle; and a list of nonfood products that FDA determines may render food adulterated if it is simultaneously or subsequently transported in the same motor or rail vehicle.
With meagre resources and a limited budget, the poor people have to buy adulterated spices in small quantities and in unpacked form.
The committee chairman asked the ministries concerned to inform the media about the adulterated products so that it could help create awareness among the general public.
Companies would be required to notify FSIS "within 48 hours of learning or determining that an adulterated or misbranded product received by or originating from the establishment has entered commerce.