GP Pro Talks Hand Sanitizer Recalls
The following a statement from Mike Adams, president of GP PRO, a division of Georgia-Pacific:
In response to recent action by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to recall hand sanitizers considered dangerous due to high levels of methanol (a wood alcohol) or ineffective due to insufficient levels of alcohol, we want to assure our customers and consumers that GP PRO hand sanitizers are safe and effective and meet our high standards for quality. Every ingredient used in our products goes through a very rigorous approval process to confirm its safety and compliance with all relevant regulations and FDA stipulations.
GP PRO is known and recognized for brands that embody and advance hygiene. Our commitment to the health and safety of our customers and those who use our products has been with us from the start and remains unwavering today.
We greatly value the trust our customers have placed in our business and products, and we appreciate the partnership we share in helping to keep our communities safe.
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