Anyone who purchased Body Fortress' protein shake supplements.
Where Are These Products Sold?
Wal-Mart, CVS, and Walgreens, among others.
What's the Problem?
It is believed that the manufacturer misled consumers about the health benefits of these supplements.
Attorneys are investigating a potential class action lawsuit on behalf of consumers of Body Fortress. Body Fortress, a widely-sold brand of protein supplements is under investigation for making false claims and fraudulent advertising. Although these supplements boldly advertise their health and fitness benefits, new information has emerged that calls these claims into question, and puts in doubt the nutritional benefits of these mass-market supplements. It is believed consumers are not getting nearly the health improvements that they are promised or reasonably expect.
Did you purchase Body Fortress’ protein shake supplements at retailers such as Wal-Mart, CVS, or Walgreens? You may be entitled to compensation.
Federal and State Law Regulate Disclosures on Protein Supplements
The Federal Food and Drug Administration regulates the serving size and nutritional disclosures on the labels of products, including nutritional protein supplements like Body Fortress. Specifically, the FDA prohibits making unsubstantiated claims and requires claims to be consistent so that these products can be compared “apples to apples.” Furthermore, state laws prohibit selling products with false claims about how healthy or great they are for you.
Recently, however, a private investigation has uncovered that several Protein Shake Supplements have been violating state and federal law. They have been manipulating their ingredients and nutritional labels. Body Fortress is under investigation for being one of those brands.
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If you have purchased Body Fortress for your diet, you may be able to take part in a potential class action lawsuit to seek compensation.