WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal regulators are taking legal action to bar a Wisconsin company from making or distributing its health care products after five recalls of disinfectant wipes and other health care products.
The Food and Drug Administration said Monday that federal officials have filed a legal injunction against the Triad Group and H&P Industries of Hartland Wisconsin. Once it takes effect, the court order will prohibit the company from manufacturing until its operations have been shown to meet federal standards.
Triad Group and H&P Industries are owned and managed by the same parties.
Since December, H&P Industries has initiated five voluntary product recalls due to various types of bacterial contamination found in the products, the FDA said. The company sells antibacterial wipes, cough and cold medicines, nasal sprays and other products.