Glenmark hit with warning letter over procedures, quality control issues at India manufacturing plant
The generics producer Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has been handed a warning letter by US regulators.
The letter, which was sent to the manufacturer on Nov. 22, noted issues from an inspection over the summer at Glenmark’s facility in the town of Colvale, India, in the state of Goa.
According to the letter, the FDA found that Glenmark’s investigation of rejected batches of drugs “failed to extend to other batches, dosage strengths, and drug products.” The warning letter also noted that the site had failed to establish “adequate written procedures” for production and process control to ensure drugs have the correct strength, quality and purity.
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