GSK Eyes Limiting Natural Claim For Benefiber Following Industry Self-Regulation Ad Review
BBB National Programs' appellate panel finds GSK supports “helps you feel fuller longer” claim but not “clinically proven to curb cravings” for Benefiber supplements. GSK will comply with recommendation to pull "100% natural claim" but notes the panel recognized it “can make a more limited or qualified ‘natural’ claim that is supported by the evidence."
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