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Nestle Drops Deceptive Health Claims For BOOST Drinks

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16 Jul Nestle Drops Deceptive Health Claims For BOOST Drinks

In response to a complaint by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Nestlé HealthCare Nutrition, Inc., has agreed to drop deceitful health statements in advertising for BOOST Kid Essentials.  The FTC found fault with Nestlé’s claims that the children’s nutritional drink had the ability to help prevent upper respiratory tract infections, protect against colds and flu, and lessen the number of absences from daycare or school because of sickness.

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