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States Win Case against Enviga

February 27, 2009: 04:17 PM EST
A coalition of 27 US states will be paid $650,000 when Coca-Cola, Nestle and Beverage Partnership Worldwide (BPW) settle claims over the marketing of Enviga green tea beverage. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal led the states in an inquiry into claims that the beverage burns extra calories and results in weight loss. The inquiry dismissed the evidence on which the weight-loss claim was based. The companies have also agreed to re-label Enviga and similar beverages to make it clear that weight loss is possible only through diet and exercise.
"Coca-Cola and Nestle to Pay US$650,000 Settlement over Weight-Loss Claims of Green Tea Drink", FLEXNEWS, February 27, 2009, © FLEXNEWS
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