FDA Issues Warnings and Recalls on Improper Dangerous Hand Sanitizers
The FDA has announced another recall of hand sanitizers, this time focusing on sanitizers that were mixed and imported from Mexico. According to CBSNews.com, "More than half of hand sanitizers imported from Mexico contain dangerous levels of toxic ingredients and should not be used by consumers". The FDA recommends that customers discard the potentially toxic imported sanitizers immediately.
What brands of hand sanitizer have been recalled?
Does Culinary Solvent supply ethanol to any hand sanitizer brands that have been recalled?
No. Culinary Solvent is not connected to any hand sanitizer recalls. Because we only make and sell one thing (pure, non-denatured ethyl alcohol), customers can have the utmost confidence that their pure food grade ethanol is the safest alcohol for human consumption or human application (ie topical rub of sanitizer on the skin).
Where can I learn more about the FDA's recall actions for toxic hand sanitizer ingredients?
View this list of archived news articles documenting the FDA's recall actions on hand sanitizer with toxic ingredients.
Jan 26, 2021 - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA Takes Action to Place All Alcohol-Based Hand Sanitizers from Mexico on Import Alert to Help Prevent Entry of Violative and Potentially Dangerous Products into U.S., Protect U.S. Consumers via FDA.gov
Jan 27, 2021 - Hundreds of Americans poisoned by hand sanitizer this month, including many kids via CBS
Jan 27,2021 - FDA places all alcohol-based hand sanitizers from Mexico on 'import alert' via CNN
Jan 27, 2021 - 84% of Mexican hand sanitizers toxic or flawed; FDA issues drastic alert via Arstechnia.com
July 24, 2021 - FDA says to avoid these 130 hand sanitizer products that may not work, or are toxic via Washington Post