Vitafusion B Complex Energy

In March 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Church & Dwight for allegedly deceptively labeling Vitafusion B Complex Energy gummy vitamins for adults as containing 400 mcg of folate per gummy when, in reality, the company does not ensure the vitamins contain the amount of folate listed on the label. The complaint claims that the vitamins actually contain 1232 mcg of synthetic folate (folic acid), an amount that is potentially dangerous to consumers. (Chavez et al v. Church & Dwight Co., Inc., Case No. 17-cv-1948, N. D. IL.)

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