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www.consumerlab.com/recalls.asp

See the latest recalls and warnings for vitamins and dietary supplements, and ConsumerLab.com's complete list of past dietary supplement recalls and warnings. If you have experienced an unexpected and adverse reaction to a dietary supplement, nutritional product, or generic drug, we would like to he

www.walmart.com/cp/spring-valley-brand-shop/1106132

Enhance your health with Spring Valley’s organic vitamins, supplements & nutritional products you can trust.

www.fda.gov/food/recallsoutbreaksemergencies/recalls/...

Listing of recent recalls of foods and dietary supplements. Listing of recent recalls of foods and dietary supplements. Skip to main page content; ... Silver Spring, MD 20993

www.consumeraffairs.com/news/gnc-target-walmart-walgreens...

GNC, Target, Walmart, Walgreens selling bogus herbal supplements, NY charges DNA tests found only 21% of tested supplements contained what the labels promised

www.livestrong.com/article/334439-facts-on-spring-valley...

Spring Valley Herbs and Natural Foods has been in the business of selling vitamins, herbal supplements and other natural products for more than 40 years. Based out of Springfield, Missouri, Spring Valley Herbs has an online presence, as well as a brick and mortar store.

www.multivitaminguide.org/Spring-Valley-vitamins-reviews.html

This guide enables you to compare the Spring Valley vitamin supplements with 100 other multivitamin products, including popular brands such as One-A-Day, Equate, Kirkland, Shaklee, Nutrilite/Amway, Nature Made, NOW Foods, Melaleuca, Puritan’s Pride, Herbalife, TwinLab, and Walgreens.

www.reference.com/health/spring-valley-vitamins-ac3cc...

Consumers should not confuse the Spring Valley vitamins sold at Walmart with the vitamins and other supplements produced by Spring Valley Herbs. The official website of Spring Valley Herbs clarifies that it has no association with the Walmart products.

www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/investigation-of-supplements-at...

Some of the supplements in the New York state attorney general's office investigation contained fillers like powdered rice, asparagus, and houseplants.

www.foodsafetynews.com/2015/02/major-retailers-ordered-to...

The New York Attorney General’s office has ordered four major retailers — Walmart, Target, Walgreens and GNC — to stop selling “adulterated” and “mislabeled” herbal supplements that ...

wemakeitsafer.com/Vitamins-Supplements-Recalls

EPA and boat recalls are not included. View a list of what's covered when you browse recalls by product category here and learn how recalled children's products are classified here [PDF]. The accuracy, completeness or adequacy of information and services offered by WeMakeItSafer, Inc. is not guaranteed.