Licensing Agreement Claim False

The press release issued Sept. 1 by Select The Best of Carson City, Nev., regarding a licensing agreement with Nutramax Laboratories Inc. concerning a combination chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine hydrochloride product is completely false,

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The press release issued Sept. 1 by Select The Best of Carson City, Nev., regarding a licensing agreement with Nutramax Laboratories Inc. concerning a combination chondroitin sulfate and glucosamine hydrochloride product is completely false, according to Nutramax. Select The Best was one of several companies named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by Nutramax Laboratories for infringement of its patented formulas for Cosequin and Cosamin.


“Nutramax Laboratories has not licensed any company to market any of its products into any market, and the claims to this effect made in the Select The Best press release are complete falsehoods,” Nutramax stated in a press release.


Nutramax Laboratories stated that it manufactures Cosequin according to the same standards used for pharmaceuticals, using the highest grade exclusive trademarked materials in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and does not license any of its products, or access to its specific grade and purity of ingredients, to other companies. Cosequin, containing these specific ingredients, has been researched and has been demonstrated safe and effective.


“Unlike pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and raw materials standards in the nutritional supplement industry are not regulated, therefore we refuse to license because we do not have any confidence in a third party company manufacturing products,” stated Nutramax in its release

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Kimberly S. Brown is the editor of EquiManagement/EquiManagement.com and the group publisher of the Equine Health Network at Equine Network LLC.

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