Colgate Insists Optic White Toothpaste ‘Removes 10 Years Of Yellow Stains,’ Will Appeal NAD Finding
The National Advertising Division agreed with challenger P&G that Colgate’s evidence for Optic White Renewal Toothpaste was problematic, making its yellow stains claim potentially misleading as to the results consumers can reasonably expect.
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