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GNC allowed to sell herbal brand under deal with N.Y. attorney general
GNC allowed to sell herbal brand under deal with N.Y. attorney general

Nutritional supplement retailer GNC Holdings Inc. is cleared to sell some of its most popular products, including echinacea, ginseng and St. John’s Wort, under an agreement announced Monday with New York’s attorney general. State investigators found “no evidence” that GNC had deviated from U.S. Food and Drug Administration standards or from standard industry practice in producing the supplements, according to a letter New York Atty. Gen. Eric T. Schneiderman sent to GNC’s chairman, Michael Archbold. The Pittsburgh-based company said its own testing had shown that its store-brand herbal supplements were “safe, pure” and “properly...

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