Source: WTAE TV 10/14/2006

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Call 4 Action: Controversial Marketing For XanGo Juice

PITTSBURGH -- How would you like to try a juice that can cure all sorts of diseases and infections?

There's controversy over how this health drink has allegedly been marketed.

The government has sent a warning to the makers of the product, which is going to be peddled in the Pittsburgh area over the weekend. The drink is called XanGo, and Call 4 Action reporter Aaron Saykin said its maker is in hot water with the Food and Drug Administration.

According to the FDA, brochures aimed at recruiting distributors for the product are claiming it can prevent -- and in some cases cure -- all sorts of diseases and infections.

Starting on Saturday, XanGo will be one of more than 150 exhibits at the Pittsburgh Women's Show this weekend in Monroeville.

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