"We're unaware of any formulation of the market that can compare to Revatrol. I and my entire firm are very proud of Revatrol," says DiGeorgia. "We've been unfairly attacked by competitors ever since we launched Revatrol. All I can assume is they just can't measure up when consumers really compare Revatrol to the competition."
Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC implores ConsumerLab.com to re-examine its product procurement and testing policies, so when it makes representations about the products it tests, the representations apply to current formulations.
Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC asked ConsumerLab.com on November 13, 2007, to show its independence by recognizing its error in testing the retired formulation and retest Revatrol at its own expense. As of this release date, ConsumerLab.com -- which claims to be an "independent lab" -- has requested a $3,000 to $4,000 fee from Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC to evaluate the current formulation of Revatrol.
DiGeorgia asserts, "I'm simply astounded by what appears to me to be a total lack of intellectual honesty at work in this situation. If ConsumerLab.com is truly independent and unbiased why wouldn't they immediately recognize the error in testing, and prominently disclose that they tested an old out-of-date formulation they purchased more than nine (9) months ago for their comparative study, and immediately take steps to test the current formula?
"We'd be thrilled with this study had it really examined the Revatrol formulation on the market all these months. We have no doubt a fair scientific analysis would have proved how wonderful Revatrol really is. For that to happen ConsumerLab.com will still have to test the right product, the current Revatrol formulation, at its own expense."
"Our own in house laboratory tests that we have 113% of the ingredients
we claim in our Revatrol formulation. We've dec
|SOURCE Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC|
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