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Implied Health Claims Ruling Indicates Tougher Stance By UK Ad Regulator

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UK ad regulator ASA's ruling against Red Bull indicates a hardening approach to interpreting implied health claims. Food supplement ads that imply a "general impression of healthy living" could be caught out, warns Jessica Burt of law firm Mills & Reeve.

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