GVH fines ANIBA-NET on violation of advertising rules

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Hungaryʼs Competition Office (GVH) fined ANIBA-NET HUF 1.5 mln on charges of violating rules on advertising dietary supplements, GVH said today.

According to the Competition Office, ANIBA-NET violated a prohibition on ascribing health benefits to dietary supplements in advertisements of its Vitanorma Spinach Capsules with artichoke extract and chromium.

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