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Vitamin Vapor Ad Claims Review Douses FDA's Dietary Supplement Definition

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The first review of ad claims for a vitamin vapor device by a Council of Better Business Bureaus investigative unit comes as marketing of the products is proliferating and with FDA stating that "a vitamin product for inhalation cannot be legally marketed as a dietary supplement" in the US.


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