Aeroshot may face action over 'misleading' labeling
March 7, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Aeroshot, the breathable caffeine, could face regulatory action over 'false and misleading' labeling.
The company's website says the product "gives you a higher level of freedom and control that you can only get from airborne energy."
Directions say "the powder in Aeroshot reaches your mouth where it is swallowed and ingested."
The FDA says the labeling is misleading because the product cannot be intended for both inhalation and ingestion.
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