UK: GlaxoSmithKline lose court battle over health claim
The British High Court has rejected a legal challenge against an Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruling, which criticised claims that a children's soft fruit drink 'did not cause tooth decay'. Pharmaceuticals giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) lost the high court case over advertising claims for its soft drink, Ribena Toothkind. The company sought a judicial review on an ASA ruling upholding complaints that claims on the drink were misleading.
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