Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating potential deceptive marketing claims as they relate to fruit and vegetable dietary supplements and capsules. Across the market of dietary supplements, manufacturers have begun producing capsules which claim to supplement or even replace daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. These supplements, which typically contain freeze dried fruits and vegetables whose powdered concentrate is placed into capsule form, often include use guidance of taking multiple capsules per day in order to meet conventionally accepted fruit and vegetable nutritional needs. However, independent research and testing indicates that these supplements may not perform at the level at which they claim to, thus leaving their customers deficient on life sustaining nutrients. This poses a major issue for consumers’ health as they depend upon truth and accuracy in marketing claims and nutritional claims represented in advertisements and on labels.
Brands which sell these potentially mislabeled or misleadingly labeled supplements include:
- Athletic Greens
- Balance of Nature
- Clinical Effects
- Kara MD
- Piping Rock
- Pomona Wellness
- Simply Nature’s Promise
- Superfood MD
- Terra Kai Organics
- Transparent Labs
Are you concerned about potential deceptive marketing for fruit and vegetable dietary supplements that you have purchased within the past 3 years specifically based on their nutritional representations?
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