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United States of America v. 39 Cases, more or less, et al
as 0:2011cv01433
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: 39 cases, more or less, each containing 72/100 capsule plastic bottles of an article of drug labeled in part: (case and bottle) ***DDS***PROBIOTICS***DDS-100 (or "DDS Plus," or "Probio , 5 cases, more or less, each case containing 72/2.5 ounce plastic bottles of powder, an article of drug, labeled in part: (case and bottle) ***DDS***PROBIOTICS***DDS***Acidophilus***L. acidophilus DDS- , 15 cases, more or less, each case containing 72/2.5 ounce plastic bottles of powder, an article of drug, labeled in part: (case and bottle) ***DDS***PROBIOTICS***DDS Plus (or DDS Junior) ***L. acidoph and others
Claimant: UAS Laboratories, Inc.
United States of America v. BCS African Wholesale Food Supply LLC et al
as 0:2011cv01414
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: BCS African Wholesale Food Supply LLC , Stanley F. Jide, Adebayo O. Mafe and others
United States of America v. Sybaritic, Inc. et al
as 0:2009cv03672
Defendant: Sybaritic, Inc., Ronald Berglund, Anthony S. Daffer and others
Plaintiff: United States of America, United States of America
Cause Of Action: Injunction to Restrain Violations of Prohibitions 331
United States of America v. Wilderness Family Naturals, LLC et al
as 0:2008cv06241
Plaintiff: United States of America, United States of America
Defendant: Kenneth H. Fischer, Wilderness Family Naturals, LLC, Annette C. Fischer
Cause Of Action: Injunction to Restrain Violations of Prohibitions 331
United States of America v. Captain's Select Seafood, Inc. et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 0:2008cv01658
Defendant: Captain's Select Seafood, Inc., Carolyn M Young, William J Young
Plaintiff: United States of America
Cause Of Action: Injunction to Restrain Violations of Prohibitions 331

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