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FTC Settlement Looks To Ground Airborne Claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission announced Aug. 14, the maker of Airborne dietary supplement products must cease unsubstantiated health-related claims and contribute up to $6.5 million to an existing consumer redress fund
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