Advertising watchdog TINA.org and the Rudd Center for Food Policy & Health filed a complaint there about the misleading marketing.
➡ The company is alleged to have inappropriately addressed children with the presentation of its products.
🍭 The flavors of the products bear the names of popular sweets.
👧 In addition, the influencers promoting the product have predominantly underage followers. Health-related claims about the products were also criticized.
🔞 Only the small print on the backs of the beverage cans states that the drinks are only suitable for adults. Because of a number of negative health consequences for minors, the American Medical Association has passed a guideline supporting a ban on marketing energy drinks to children under 18.
➡ Then, in December 2022, Ghost removed the unapproved health claims from its website, such as that the products can reduce anxiety.
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