Status and Updates
June 29, 2018: TINA.org sends letter to California District Attorneys regarding Goop’s ineffective disclaimers.
September 10, 2017: A TINA.org audit of the sampling of Goop webpages in TINA.org’s database reveals that the company has removed a number of inappropriate health statements from its site. These include claims to prevent uterine prolapse (Better Sex Jade Eggs), as well as claims to treat acne, eczema, and psoriasis (Black Rose Bar). However, the vast majority of problematic health statements catalogued by TINA.org on Goop.com remain at this time.
August 22, 2017: After seeing only limited changes to Goop’s marketing, with the vast majority of the examples catalogued by TINA.org still containing inappropriate health claims, TINA.org sends a complaint letter to two California District Attorneys’ Offices that are part of the California Food Drug and Medical Device Task Force.
August 11, 2017: TINA.org sends a warning letter to Goop notifying it of TINA.org’s findings and asking that the company remedy the deceptive marketing immediately.