Nutrition 21 litigation
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Purchase N.Y.-based firm files motion for partial summary judgement against InterHealth Nutraceuticals to halt six alleged instances of false advertising for ChromeMate chromium nicotinate dietary supplement. In complaint, filed in Manhattan federal court Sept. 24, Nutrition 21 asserts InterHealth ads have misled consumers about the safety of ChromeMate respective to Nutrition 21's Chromax chromium picolinate dietary supplement. Company is seeking damages including judgement that ads are false, corrective advertising and monetary damages, according to a spokesperson...
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