Bodyarmor Rejects NAD’s ‘Upgrade’ Claim Critique
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Gatorade sports drinks Stokely-Van Camp challenged that Bodyarmor Nutrition was noncompliant with NAD’s April 2014 finding that its ads combined claims that are supported individually in such a way that they created unsupported comparative claims
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