So, we see that they do know that they should remove the preservative that smells bad,but they haven’t told us what happens when it gets past our nose to our stomach. And they haven’t mentioned if this is only generic or just outsourced or contracted drugs. So in the US, they keep saying drugs can’t be made available until the FDA approves them, but if they’re imported, the FDA doesn’t have to screen them as carefully? And yet now they’ll cost us more? Why again isn’t it a criminal action subject to prosecution to endanger our health when if Toyota made a bad engine it would be considered a criminal action? Who are the insurance companies paying off?
Give wooden pallets the sniff test and get certification from suppliers that no halogenated phenolic preservatives have been used in the lumber. That’s guidance from the FDA, which also reminds