Producers of the COA FS drug, Centre of Awareness Global Peace Mission, have dismissed claims by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) that their product is contaminated.
The FDA ordered the recall of the food supplement from the market after it revealed that some samples revealed E.Coli contamination.
But the company has in a release debunked the FDA’s claims insisting that tests ran at the laboratories of the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital after the assertion showed the absence of any contaminant in their products.
“In spite of our doubts of the claim, subsequently, we ran a microbial test for the identified samples with batch numbers CFA00003 and CFS00004 on our reference samples from the microbiology laboratory of the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital.
“The results of the microbial tests do not disclose contamination by Yeast, Mould and E.coli as indicated in the FDA press statement,” the release noted.