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Some Natural Brands Work Well To Deter Lawsuits, Others Not So Much

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Abstaining from absolute natural assertions, defining the parameters of natural claims in the context of marketing materials and certifying offerings to private natural standards are tactics that may help, though ultimately there are no guarantees in this largely unregulated landscape at present.

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