FDA: Indian Drug Company Failed to Meet U.S. Standards

The warning letter included two of the company's facilities.

The FDA recently issued a warning letter to India-based generic drug company, Cadila Healthcare, for failing to meet the regulatory standards of the U.S., reported Chemical & Engineering News.

Although the FDA has not made the letter public yet, the report said that the company told the Bombay Stock Exchange, in a statement, that the letter covered, "two plants, one making active pharmaceutical ingredients and the other formulations."

It was not immediately clear what the violations were.

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