A federal court in Florida has denied the post-trial motions filed by a company that was found in breach of a manufacturing contract for supplying Natrol, Inc. with wheat- and gluten-free dietary supplements that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) determined actually contained wheat and gluten; thus the court upheld a jury’s verdict on Natrol’s counterclaims in excessof $3.2 million. Nature’s Prods., Inc. v. Natrol, Inc., No. 11-62409 (U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D. Fla., order entered January 31, 2014). On the basis of FDA’s investiga- tion, Natrol was apparently forced to recall the products, cancel all existing purchase orders and destroy recalled “Pro Lab” products. Undisturbed by the court’s order was a $750,000 jury award against Natrol for failure to pay invoices as to non-recalled products.