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GNC creatine serum

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Muscle Marketing USA objects to GNC marketing "shoddy imitation" of its Creatine Serum that "does not contain creatine phosphate complex" or absorb as easily into the body. In an Aug. 4 release, the Los Angeles-based firm insists GNC either rename the copycat product "or face legal action." GNC has agreed to change the name of its creatine product "as soon as their current inventory is exhausted," MMUSA reports. The firm filed a $150 mil. lawsuit against Degussa Bioactives for falsely advertising the safety of its Creapure creatine powder in July (1"The Tan Sheet" July 7, 2003, In Brief)....
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