GNC, Target & Major Retailers Accused Of Selling Fake Supplements


Earlier this week, according to an investigation by the New York State attorney general’s office into store-brand supplements at four national retailers — GNC, Target, Walgreens and Walmart, all have have received cease-and-desist letters demanding that they stop selling a number of their dietary supplements. A few of these were found to contain the herbs shown on their labels and many of which included potential allergens not identified in the ingredients list.

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In other words, those natural supplements you bought, may or may not everything they say they have in them. And even worse, they’ll have a few extras that aren’t on this that could potentially harm you.

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“Mislabeling, contamination and false advertising are illegal,” said NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. “They also pose unacceptable risks to New York families — especially those with allergies to hidden ingredients.”