Mead Johnson Canada challenges Ross' Similac Advance claims; Sept. 30 court date set.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
MEAD JOHNSON CANADA TO CHALLENGE SIMILAC ADVANCE ADS AT SEPT. 30 HEARING in Toronto, Ontario. Mead Johnson filed a statement of claim with the Ontario Court of Justice on July 2 charging, among other things, that Ross Pediatrics had falsely claimed that its Similac Advance infant formula "is more similar to breast milk than other infant formulas" and is "the only infant formula which helps strengthen or develop a baby's immune system."
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