By all accounts, these are tough times for GNC.
In the past two years, the sports nutrition leader has been: accused in a class action lawsuit of carrying spiked protein products; investigated by the N.Y. Attorney General for allegedly selling house plants disguised as store-brand herbs; and sued by the Oregon Attorney General for “knowingly” selling third-party stimulants spiked with drugs. It has seen executives from one of its vendors, USP Labs, indicted on criminal cha
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