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Bodybuilding.com Suspends Sales Of Pre-workout Craze

Cahill has repeatedly declined interview requests. His company, Driven Sports, has posted a statement on its website saying it is "disappointed" in USA Max Workouts by Shin Ohtake pdf TODAY's reporting and that Craze is a safe and legal supplement. Supplement shell game: A USA TODAY investigation of the people behind risky pills. (Photo: Janet Loehrke, USA TODAY) Walmart.com suspended sales of Craze on July 25 and last week Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., repeatedly cited USA TODAY's investigation in announcing his reintroduction of a bill to strengthen oversight of supplements, including requiring products be registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. GNC and other online retailers, including Amazon.com, continue to sell Craze. "With third-party products, GNC is simply the retailer and, like all retailers, relies upon the representations and contractual warranties made by the vendor that the products are safe and compliant with all applicable laws and regulations," GNC said in a recent statement to USA TODAY. Amazon did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
Full story: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/08/05/bodybuilding-site-suspends-sales-of-sports-supplement-craze/2618967/

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