Athlete's Foot Firm Kicks Back On NAD Finding That Brand Is A Fungal Claim
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet
Kramer Laboratories' claims for Fungi-Nail athlete's foot product referred to FDA and FTC after it refuses to comply with NAD's recommendation to modify the name. The firm, which agreed to modify packaging and commercial claims, was warned by FDA about the brand in 2005.
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