FDA orders Duluth company to stop making claims on dietary supplements

West Duluth Distribution has been ordered by the Food and Drug Administration to stop making claims that its amino acid pills can treat and cure various diseases.
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West Duluth Distribution has been ordered by the Food and Drug Administration to stop making claims that its amino acid pills can treat and cure various diseases.

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