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CSPI To Sue Amway Over “Unsubstantiated Health And Nutrition” Claims

February 28, 2012: 10:46 AM EST
Consumer watchdog Center for Science in the Public Interest is threatening to sue multi-level marketer Amway unless it stops making allegedly “unsubstantiated nutrition and health” claims on its Nutrilite Twist Tube liquid dietary supplements. According to CSPI, Amway’s “fruits & vegetables 2GO Twist Tubes” illegally claim to provide two servings of vegetables. And its Nutrilite Immunity Twist Tubes illegally claim to be an “immune system booster” that “will protect your cells.” CSPI says it will sue Amway – which is “sending a horrible health message to American consumers” – unless it stops advertising the health and nutrition claims.
"Amway Makes Illegal Deceptive Claims for its Nutrilite Twist Tubes", Press release, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), February 28, 2012, © Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI)
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