CBC retracts supplement report

CBC retracts supplement report

Jan 21, 2016 Read more: CBC News

Re-testing of samples of popular vitamins and supplements has found that the lab results and analysis provided to Marketplace were incorrect. Last fall, Marketplace commissioned lab testing for samples of fish oil, vitamin C and protein powder supplements to see if consumers are actually getting what they pay for.

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