When a lawsuit with the Dannon Co. ended in a $21 million settlement this December, the Federal Trade Commission signaled its intention to continue cracking down on probiotic marketing claims. The FTC challenged Dannon's health marketing claims for its probiotic “friendly bacteria,” arguing that certain claims weren't supported by sufficient scientific evidence. As part of the settlement, the FTC said in a press release that “Dannon will stop claiming that one daily serving of Activia ...

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