This is bad news for some, but not for honest brands. New ingredients like SARMs and other non DSHEA dietary ingredients pop up all the time. When you own a brand, it's easy to jump in and make a quick buck off of them, it's called greed. The profit margin on SARMs is off the F'in charts. Also many steroid powders and amphetamines are inexpensive making it even lucrative to sneak them into supps. It takes discipline and a long term commitment toward integrity, consumer safety and product efficacy to keep away from the get rich quick schemes.
I can tell from 15 years in the supplement manufacturing sector, that management that doesn’t care about sneaking banned or non-allowed dietary ingredients into products usually doesn’t care much about overall manufacturing quality practices either. Equipment/line clean down and sanitation between product runs, along with prevention of cross contamination are expensive practices and are usually the first quality controls to be abandoned when greed sets in. let's hope that honest brands being manufactured in these types of facilities don’t get caught up in the mess by having unknowingly contaminated products on the market.
Jon Jones should check to see if he was taking any products manufactured in these facilities.