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Airborne False Advertising Lawsuit Settled

Filed March 6th, 2008 amy

Airborne calls itself a “miracle cold buster,” but is it? It’s certainly an expensive gamble!

Airborne CEO told ABC News that Airborne “helps your body build a healthy immune system. When you have a healthy immune system, then it allows your body, on its own, to fight off germs.”

But according to Stephen Gardner, who heads the litigation group for the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), “Nothing shows Airborne will prevent a cold, period.”

As for other food companies making nutritional claims such as Miller Beer’s “Sparks” and Coca-Cola’s “Enviga” which promise energy and weight loss, CSPI plans to go after them too.

Airborne makers have agreed to pay $23.3 million to settle a false advertising lawsuit.

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