Renaissance Health believes that ConsumerLab.com is being punitive, and
has allowed its competitor to take advantage of a misleading report because
Renaissance Health has asked extremely tough credibility questions of
ConsumerLab.com publicly, which they have yet to answer. Those questions
-- Question 1: Is ConsumerLab.com really a lab or does the company ALWAYS
contract outside labs to conduct product testing?
-- Question 2: Will ConsumerLab.com please make public all monies received
from all companies and persons connected with any and all products they
-- Question 3: Why is ConsumerLab.com a for-profit company instead of a
Renaissance Health has stated that it will not allow ConsumerLab.com or its competitor to get away with misleading the public, and that it plans on continuing to exercise its legal rights to try and put an end to this type of abuse of the consumer trust.
Renaissance Health's Revatrol product is so strong that its principal competitor simply can't compete. The competitor has been discounting its product (selling 12 for the price of eight) while Renaissance Health can't manufacture Revatrol fast enough to keep up with the growing demand.
"They make two big claims about their product, both of which are based on flawed logic," says DiGeorgia.
The competitor claims a shelf-life of more than two (2) years and that a special capsule makes that long shelf-life possible.
"Anyone taking supplements should stick with fresh product. We can't make Revatrol fast enough to keep our supply more than 90 days-and we're ordering in batches of 50,000 units at a time! Who cares about the capsule, when you should be taking a fresh supplement," says DiGeorgia.
"The proof is in the numbers: we keep selling out our inventory," says
Michael London operations manag
|SOURCE Renaissance Health Publishing, LLC|
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