I think I should make sure that I am not convinced that these bottles are safe. Trading Standards are not required to provide a report. So, why should we have a faith in Trading Standards? Because we live in Merry England or Wales 0r Scotland and Northern Ireland (Eire doesn't apply as our law is not applicable) but I am sure they are just as concerned! No for those under UK law I am not happy with this situation. I would like a report with data so that I could make my own enquiries.
My younger brother was given the wrong prescription by his doctor and that could have resulted in an earlier death. Because I could search the Internet I was able to rectify matters. I did not report his doctors mistake (maybe I should have and still can) I subsequently had trouble with a young female doctor as he was not being treated properly (not conforming to the advice of the Oncology department of the RUH). Fortunately she acted upon my complaint, but would not otherwise? and he was referred to the RUH where a male nurse took charge. He knew that there was a problem, and quite frankly it was obvious that he was disgusted with my brothers condition. I can't remember what he said but I felt a sense of relief that my brother was in good hands. No, these services should provide a report when a complaint is made with a report that contains data, whether the recipient can understand that data or not.#
Alternatively, we should suspect these state agencies of concealing the truth.