FTC v. Natural Organics, Inc., 66 Fed. Reg. 41237 (Aug. 7 2001):

FTC v. Natural Organics, Inc.


Natural Organics, Inc. marketed a line of chewable vitamins under the "Nature's Plus" brand, with names such as "Pedi-Active A.D.D." Advertisements for the vitamins stated that Attention Deficit Disorder was related to improper nutrition and stated that the vitamins might help.

Full case and summary are available at: http://www.mlmlegal.com/legal-cases/FTC_v_NaturalOrganicsInc.php

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