Olympics Are A “Wild Card” For Supplement Industry Publicity
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Olympics inspire fitness enthusiasts to improve performance, which could translate to higher sales of legitimate supplements, but if athletes blame supplements for drug testing violations, the industry incurs bad publicity and consumer confidence slips.
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