The Consumer Protection Board (CPB) has asked Osotspa Co to suspend its TV commercial for Peptein beverage, warning it may be misleading people into believing its use can improve brain functions ahead of medical student examinations.
The request is contained in a letter from CPB secretary-general Jirachai Moontongroy. It asks the company to cease broadcasting the TV commercial, according to Isra news agency.
The CPD was responding to a complaint filed by the Society of Medical Students of Thailand.
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