The internet has long been troublesome territory for supplement makers. Beyond issues with sellers tearing up minimum advertised price policies and third-party sites ignoring DSHEA restrictions on claims, sellers that offer overhyped weight loss pills and other products help support critics’ charges that the industry is unregulated.
Now a company presenting itself as a traffic cop solution to the sketchy products problem adds another challenge to supplements online, one that cou
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