Class Action: Alfa Vitamins Products Are Advertised With Chemical Ingredients That They Do Not Actually Have
In a recent class action lawsuit, vitamin products made by Alfa Vitamins Laboratory are alleged to be advertised as having ingredients that they do not contain.
Consumer Products Association v. Alfa Vitamins Laboratories, Inc.
Filed by complainant Consumer Products Association, the Alfa Vitamins Protein Class Action Lawsuit argues that the medicinal products made and sold by the company Alfa Vitamins Laboratories were reportedly claimed to have substances that they didn’t have.
According to Consumer Products Associate, the information about the percent daily value indicated in the product label is misleading and far from the truth. They contend that the collagen in Alfa Vitamins Collagen Hydrolysate with Vitamin C product is not a complete protein and thus cannot be classified as a protein present in the item.
In addition to the mentioned item, the complaint also took a swipe at another product named ‘100% Pure Garcinia Cambogia Plus’ and its labels. It is said that the company claims that the said item contained a substance called HCA.
Yet when tested in independent laboratories, there were no traces of HCA present in the product. Other products made by the same company to not actually have HCA in them are Echinacea, Ginkgo Biloba, and Moringa offerings.
Additional Information About Case
The Alfa Vitamins Protein Class Action Lawsuit aims to take Alfa Vitamins Laboratory to court for alleged violations of different consumer protection statutes in the District of Columbia. Charges such as fraud and breach of warranty are also included in the official rap sheet.
This is an ongoing case, and Consider The Consumer will continue to bring you the latest information regarding this matter.
About The Company
Alfa Vitamins Laboratories, Inc. is a Florida-based company that makes and sells different beauty and health supplement products that come in a variety of forms, such as powders, liquids, capsules, and the like. Founded in 2000, the company is officially registered with the authorities at the Food and Drug Administration.
Editor’s Note on Alfa Vitamins Protein Class Action Lawsuit:
This class action article reports on the latest case filed against Alfa Vitamins Laboratories, alleging that the company makes and markets their products having chemical ingredients that they do not actually contain. We also recommend you read about the Nubiotix Probiotic Pills.
Case Name(s) & No.: Consumer Products Association v. Alfa Vitamins Laboratories, Inc.; Case No.: 2021CA002249B
Jurisdiction: Superior Court of the District of Columbia Civil Division
Products/Services Involved: Vitamin supplements made by Alfa Vitamins Laboratories, Inc.
Allegation(s): Alfa Vitamins falsely advertises its products to the public.
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