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FTC Targets Herbal Remedies Marketed to Hispanics, Settles “Fat Lie” Suit

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Latinos Group Promotions must notify consumers and resellers of its herbal supplement Arcomig and its powdered tea Essiac Formula that claims made for the products were false and unsupported, according to a stipulated judgment announced by the Federal Trade Commission July 26

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