Miami based company Efficient Laboratories has recalled three lots of Rompe Pecho cold and flu medications after a microbial contamination was found.
According to the FDA recall notice, “in rare circumstances, consumption of Rompe Pecho from these lots could result in vomiting and diarrhea. Efficient Laboratories has not received any reports of adverse events to date.”
The products included in this recall are covers Rompe Pecho CF Cold & Flu, lot No. 19H359, expiration date August 2022; Rompe Pecho EX Expectorant, lot No. 19F332, expiration date June 2022; and Rompe Pecho MAX Multi-Symptoms lot No. 19B42, expiration date February 2022.
The products were distributed to various stores nationwide
Consumers with medication from these lots are urged to stop using them immediately and return them to the store for a full refund.
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