The majority of dietary supplements making memory claims adhere to the federal requirements but some still go too far with their claims, according to a new review from the US Government Accountability Office.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition has launched a new tool for members that puts together in one place data on recent enforcement actions by the Federal Trade Commission regardling claims made in advertising. The resource can help them avoid making...
The consumer arm of German pharma giant Bayer Healthcare is to pay $1.2bn (€920m) for US food supplements company Schiff Nutrition International, a move that will make it one of the biggest operators there, feed product development globally, and may not...
FoodNavigator-USA.com will host the first virtual conference and expo dedicated to weight management, showcasing the latest trends and strategies in weight management for the food, beverage and dietary supplements industries.
NutraIngredients-USA examines the enforcement strategy of the US
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in its efforts to ensure that the
marketing claims made by food and dietary supplement manufacturers
are accurate and substantiated.
Californian ingredients supplier Resveratrol Partners has
criticized the National Advertising Division of the Council of
Better Business Bureaus (NAD), a voluntary media watchdog, for
failing to enforce its own rulings.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) last week sent warning letters
to 34 website operators making claims that natural alternatives to
hormone replacement therapy (HRT) will prevent or treat diseases
like cancer, heart disease, or osteoporosis.
Direct mail marketers have agreed to pay $2.2 million in consumer
redress and to stop certain deceptive advertising practices to
settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they made false and
unsubstantiated claims for weight loss...
Three coral calcium marketers have been prohibited in a new FTC
settlement from making claims that suggest the product can treat or
cure cancer, multiple sclerosis, heart disease, high blood
pressure, and other serious diseases.
The UK's Office of Fair Trading yesterday launched a campaign
urging consumers to 'wise up' to misleading advertisements for
'miracle cure' health, beauty and slimming products. The market for