Lieff Cabraser is investigating consumer complaints that Church & Dwight Co. understates the amount of folic acid in its Vitafusion B Complex Adult Vitamin Gummies dietary supplements, making those Vitafusion B Gummies potentially health-threatening. This deceptive business practice of understating the folic acid is viewed as a fraud that breaches various warranties surrounding the Vitafusion product and provides unjust enrichment to Church & Dwight at consumers’ expense.
New Jersey corporation Church & Dwight produces and sells many dietary supplements, including Vitafusion B. Testing conducted on behalf of consumers indicates that Vitafusion B contains more than three times the amount of folic acid per serving indicated on the product label, an overabundance is potentially harmful. The Office of Dietary Supplements at the National Institute of Health notes that such elevated consumption of folic acid can increase the risk of heart attack, increase the risk of certain precancerous tumors becoming malignant, and exacerbate anemia.
Contact a National Consumer Protection Lawyer at Lieff Cabraser
If you or a family member have been taking Church & Dwight Vitafusion B Gummies and are concerned about the alleged fraud or potentially dangerous health effects, we invite you to contact a consumer protection lawyer at Lieff Cabraser about your case. There is no charge or obligation, and the information you provide will help us hold Church & Dwight accountable for any fraud or injuries to consumers.