Mehri and Skalet filed a proposed class action on February 1, 2016 against CVS, alleging false and misleading claims about its “Algal-900 DHA” product. CVS claims on its label that its DHA product is “clinically shown” to improve memory, when in fact an overwhelming amount of clinical evidence refutes these claims, and the FDA has warned another company against making the same marketing claims.

Read the complaint filed by Mehri & Skalet here.

Press on the filing:

Consumerist: CVS Sued Over Claims Its Algae Supplement Improves Memory

Center for Science in the Public Interest: CVS Sued Over False and Misleading Claim that its Algal-900 Supplement Improves Memory

Consumer Affairs: CVS sued for claiming DHA dietary supplement improves memory

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