France Clamping Down On Unapproved COVID-19 Supplement Claims
France is warning consumers not to be taken in by unapproved health claims for food supplements related to treating or preventing COVID-19. The country's competition authority is clamping down on unscrupulous websites and companies offering "miracle" products for sale.
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