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Disney’s Baby Einstein, the wildly popular brand of DVDs, CDs, and toys designed for infants, has been making headlines with its new refund program for DVDs purchased between June 5, 2004 and September 4, 2009. Protesters of Baby Einstein see this as Disney’s admission that the DVDs do not, in fact, make your [...]Continue Reading →
Coca-Cola has received a warning letter from the FDA informing the company that its beverage, Diet Coke Plus, does not meet FDA criteria to warrant the designation of “plus,” and is thus in violation of section 403(r)(1)(A) of the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
The term “plus,” as well as the [...]Continue Reading →
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