Youve got mail from FDA

You received a warning letter, which means the Food and Drug Administration or Federal Trade Commission has found a bone to pick with your natural products company. Maybe you made an out-of-bounds claim on your marketing materials or you’re missing some key safety data to back your brand. Whatever the issue, take a deep breath. It’ll be okay. Todd Harrison, partner at Venable LLP, shares expert advice for how to deal with FDA and FTC warning letters. 

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