ASRC Press Releases

NAD Recommends MicroGREEN Polymers Discontinue Challenged Claims for ‘InCycle’ Food Service Products

NAD has recommended that MicroGREEN Polymers, Inc. discontinue certain claims for the company’s “InCycle” food service products. The claims at issue were challenged by Dart Container Corporation, a competing manufacturer of single-use foodservice products, including plastic cups and lids.

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NAD Finds Berry Can Support Recyclability, Superiority Claims for its ‘Versalite’ Cups Following Dart Container Challenge

The NAD has determined that Berry Plastics Corporation can support properly qualified comparative superiority claims for the company’s Versalite polypropylene cups.

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NAD Recommends Helen of Troy Discontinue Certain Claims for PUR Water Filter Pitcher, Finds Certain Claims Supported Following Clorox Challenge

NAD has determined that Helen of Troy Limited can support certain claims for the company’s PUR water filter pitcher, but recommended the company discontinue certain claims made on its website and in television commercials. The claims at issue were challenged by The Clorox Company, the maker of competing Brita water filter pitchers.

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NAD Refers Advertising Claims Made By Terra Novo to FTC Following Compliance Review

NAD has referred advertising claims made by Terra Novo, Inc., to the Federal Trade Commission, following a compliance review.

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CARU Recommends Bravo Sports Depict Safety Gear, Supervision in Future Scooter Ads Directed to Children Under 12

CARU has recommended that Bravo Sports discontinue advertising certain Pulse Electric Scooters, recommended for children ages 13 and older, to children under 12. CARU further recommended the advertiser depict appropriate adult supervision and safety gear in its advertising. The company has agreed to do so.

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CARU Recommends MGA Entertainment Depict Adult Supervision in Advertising for Lalaloopsy Baking Oven; Company Agrees to Do So

CARU has recommended that MGA Entertainment take steps to better depict adult supervision in future child-directed advertising for the “Lalaloopsy Baking Oven.” The company has said it will do so.

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