Poor Fit For FitTea Evidence, No Free Pass For Testimonials – NAD
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NAD advises Fit Products to modify FitTea claims because its formulation is not the same as studies submitted and reminds the firm that testimonials must not contain false claims about products.
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