TINA.org investigated Juice Plus+, a Tennessee-based multilevel marketing company that sells nutritional supplements, and found that the company used unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims to market its products and atypical income claims to recruit distributors.
TINA.org notifies company of distributor’s use deceptive health claims to market Juice Plus+ products.
TINA.org sends a letter to Juice Plus+ (as part of TINA.org’s 2017 investigation into all DSA-member companies) informing it of TINA.org’s findings that the company is making false and unsubstantiated income claims to promote its business opportunity.
TINA.org sends a letter to Juice Plus+ (as part of its 2016 investigation into all DSA-member companies selling nutritional supplements) informing it of TINA.org’s findings that the company is making inappropriate health claims about its products.
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