NMN Supplement Firm Works On Disclosing Sales Relationships With Advertising Affiliates
Renue By Science agrees with National Advertising Division recommendations to “clearly and conspicuously disclose” material connections in online advertising by employees, nonprofits and others offering sales to its supplements containing nicotinamide mononucleotide, quercetin or resveratrol.
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