More than $2 million in refunds are being offered to consumers who bought children’s vitamins that claimed to contain far more nutritional substance than they actually did. The vitamin’s maker, NBTY, and two of its subsidiaries, Rexall Sundown and NatureSmart, claimed in advertising and on packages of its Disney and Marvel Complete Tablets that the vitamins contained 100 percent of a child’s daily requirement of DHA. However, in some cases the vitamins were found to contain only a tiny fraction of DHA. DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid found in fish. The vitamins’ packages claim the DHA in its vitamins supports ... Read More
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