Airborne Agrees to Pay $23.3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over False Advertising

Airborne Agrees to Pay $23.3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over False Advertising of its “Miracle Cold Buster”

Company Now Under Scrutiny By FTC & 24 State Attorneys General

WASHINGTON—The makers of Airborne—a multivitamin and herbal supplement whose labels and ads falsely claimed that the product cures and prevents colds—will refund money to consumers who bought the product, as part of a $23.3 million class action settlement agreement. The company will pay for ads in Better Homes & Gardens, Parade, People, Newsweek, and many other magazines and newspapers instructing consumers how to get refunds.

Airborne Agrees to Pay $23.3 Million to Settle Lawsuit Over False Advertising of its \Miracle.

The Complaint

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