Allegations: Falsely marketing that products “eliminate odors” when they do not
In May 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against The Procter & Gamble Company for allegedly misleadingly marketing Frebreze Car Vent Clips as lasting for up to 30 days, “safe to use” and “mess-free” when, according to plaintiffs, the vent clips leak oil and other substances during normal use due to a defect and cause damage to interior surfaces. (Davis et al v. The Procter & Gamble Company, Case No. 20-cv-3220, N.D. Cal.)
An FDA panel’s recent findings has led to a flood of lawsuits.
Why is Secret making a big deal out of something that is true of all deodorants?
Excess product packaging collides with commitments to sustainability.
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Products marketed to clear up stuffy noses and relieve sinus congestion don’t work, researchers say.