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Regulator warns celebrity over advertising food supplements on Instagram

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The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has told a celebrity TV personality and vitamins company to be clearer when using social media to promote food supplements because some users might not realise the promotion is advertising. The case is one of several where the ASA reminds people to use “#ad” to clarify the status of a social media post.

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