Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The U.S. Circuit Court Upheld a $13.5 Million False Adsvertising Claim Against PMB Products from Mead Johnson

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Yes, this is an amazing feat for PMB Products. The U.S. Curcuit Court Upheld a $13.5 Million false advertising claim against This means they can, on a competive level, can sell their infant formulas along side Mead Johnson Baby Formulas. This law suit came about due to false advertising from the Mead Johnson Nutrition Co.  against PBM Products, baby formula's. Mead Johnson Co. claimed PBM Products did not contain the same ingredients as Mead Johnson and therefore filed a false claim.

When the jury read the evidence against PBM Products, they found the Mead Johnson Co. to be false in their claims. In fact, the jury said PBM products could have their baby formulas right along side Mead Johnson Enfamil Formulas.

The PBM Products, in fact to have the same ingredients as Mead Johnson Enfamil and it costs a lot less. Parents can save up to $600 a year on baby formula. If, and when, parents choose to formula feed their babies, these storebrandformula.com can be found at such stores like Target, Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, Babies "R" Us and Kroger.

Just for comparison, all a parent has to do is find both baby formula's and read labels from both. When the labels are read, it is up to the parent on which baby formula they will purchase. The store brand baby formula is held to the same USDA standards as the name brand baby formula.  For more information on this lawsuit, click on the link provided to you.

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