NAD Press Releases

NAD Recommends New Nordic Discontinue Challenged Claims, Testimonials for ‘Skin Care Collagen Filler’ Dietary Supplement

The NAD has recommended that New Nordic U.S.A., Inc., discontinue certain claims for the company’s “Skin Care Collagen Filler” dietary supplement, including claims that the product “reduces the formation of wrinkles.”

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NAD Refers Advertising for ‘Danish’ Butter Cookie Made in Indonesia to FDA, FTC for Further Review

The NAD has referred advertising by Takari International, Inc., distributor of Danisa “Traditional Butter Cookies,” to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for review, after the company failed to comply with the terms of an NAD decision.

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NAD Refers Claims for ‘Steuart’s Pain Formula’ to FTC for Further Review

The NAD has referred advertising claims for “Steuart’s Pain Formula,” a product promoted by Steuart’s Laboratory, Inc., to the Federal Trade Commission for further review. The company declined to participate in NAD’s review of its advertising claims.

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Meal Delivery Service Gobble Says it will Discontinue ‘Eco-Friendly’ Advertising Claims for its Packaging

Gobble, Inc., a meal delivery service, has said that it will discontinue “eco-friendly” advertising claims made by the company for its product packaging following an inquiry by the NAD.

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NAD Reviews Two Commercials Promoting Capital One ‘Quicksilver’ Cards; Recommends Advertiser Modify or Discontinue One Following Chase Bank Challenge

The NAD has recommended that Capital One Bank (USA) modify or discontinue one commercial for the company’s Quicksilver cash-back credit card. NAD determined that a second commercial did not convey an implied message about competitors’ cash-back cards and found that neither commercial conveyed an overall message of superiority.

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NAD Refers Claims for Health Energetic Labs’ ‘Growth’ Supplement to FTC for Further Review

NAD has referred advertising claims for “HeightGrowth Plus,” a dietary supplement promoted as “scientifically proven to make you grow taller,” to the Federal Trade Commission for further review. Supplement maker Health Energetic Labs declined to participate in NAD’s review of its advertising claims.

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