Royal Aruba Aloe with voluntary recall for two products

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Recently, Royal Aruba Aloe has initiated a voluntary recall of some products in the American market to ensure that a specific element has been removed from their production. Even though they have complied with changes in U.S. laws since 2021, there was still a requirement to announce this publicly. The Aruban company ensures that they have met all requirements and have adapted their formula for all markets, including Aruba.

Two specific products

Royal Aruba Aloe distributes its products worldwide. Regulations vary around the world and are regularly updated. Therefore, Royal Aruba Aloe has been selling products such as Hand Sanitizers and Alcohol Gel in the U.S. for many years. These products are made with a special alcohol that cannot be consumed, as it is mixed with a limited amount of other chemicals.

Regulation changed three years ago

Most producers (including Royal Aruba Aloe) have always used Methyl Alcohol for this purpose, but in 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned the use of Methyl Alcohol. Royal Aruba Aloe immediately changed the formula to eliminate Methyl Alcohol.

Recall is a formality

However, because Royal Aruba Aloe had sold other Hand Sanitizers through its website in the U.S., the FDA requested a voluntary recall of all Hand Sanitizers sold between 2021 and 2023. The recall was carried out in the U.S. and publicized through various media outlets.

Royal Aruba Aloe emphasizes that the recall does not apply to products sold in Aruba and that all Hand Sanitizers and Alcohol Gels sold in Aruba do not contain Methyl Alcohol either.

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