Developer and Marketers of “Supreme Greens with MSM” Settle FTC Charges

by louabbott on October 6, 2005

FTC – Published October 6, 2005

Three individuals and two companies have settled Federal Trade Commission charges over their roles in the deceptive marketing of Supreme Greens, an herbal supplement. The FTC has alleged that these defendants and others promoted the product for the prevention, treatment, and cure of cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes. They also touted Supreme Greens’ ability to cause substantial weight loss.

In two separate settlement agreements, Supreme Greens developer Alejandro Guerrero and his company, Health Solutions, Inc. (both of Upland, California), and Michael Howell (Fontana, California), Gregory Geremesz (Upland, California) and their company, Healthy Solutions, LLC (Upland, California), have agreed not to make false or unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits, performance, efficacy, or safety of any food, drug, or dietary supplement. Guerrero will also pay $65,000 or transfer to the Commission title to his 2004 Cadillac Escalade. Howell and Geremesz will pay $5,000 and $10,000, respectively, to the Commission.

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