Blackmores runs afoul of Chinese truth in advertising laws

Blackmores Odourless Fish Oil product shot
China’s annual Consumer Rights Day program has condemned Blackmores for breaching the country’s truth in advertising regulations Fairfax Media report that the company, which has enjoyed significant success in the Chinese market, was fined about AUD$69,000 for claims that it was Australia’s top nutritional supplement brand, and that its products could treat cardiovascular disease and

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