March 31, 2014 — An examination into tampering with bottles of the over-the-counter weight-loss medicate Alli has been propelled by medicate producer GlaxoSmithKline and the U.S. Nourishment and Sedate Organization.
The medicate company said that bottles in at least seven states — Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Modern York, North Carolina and Texas — had been tampered with but did not announce a formal review, FoxBusiness detailed.
Glaxo is inquiring buyers to caution the company in case they’ve bought a bottle of Alli that looks suspicious. Signs of altering incorporate evacuated names, a confined seal, mismatched expiration dates, and pills and capsules of distinctive colors and sizes rather than the turquoise blue Alli capsules with a dim blue ring.
The company said the exterior bundling on altered bottles may still appear authentic, FoxBusiness reported.