NAD Tugs On FTC's Sleeve Again About New Nordic Supplement Claims
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
New Nordic says it is in the process of reformulating its Skin Care Collagen Filler dietary supplement and updating advertising claims to more closely reflect its testing, but that doesn't excuse the firm from complying with previous NAD recommendations, the watchdog group says. NAD is referring New Nordic claims to the Federal Trade Commission for the second time in six months.
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