Allmax Nutrition, BPI Sports and DynaPep Corp targeted in latest wave of class action suits over DMAA

By Elaine Watson

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1.M.R from BPI Sports was reformulated (to remove DMAA) months ago - but this has not stopped the firm being targeted in a new class action lawsuit
1.M.R from BPI Sports was reformulated (to remove DMAA) months ago - but this has not stopped the firm being targeted in a new class action lawsuit
Allmax Nutrition (Razor8Blast Powder); BPI Sports (Roxylean and 1.M.R.); and DynaPep Corporation (DynaPep Energy) are the latest firms to be targeted in class action complaints alleging their products contain DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine) in a synthetic form that is “illegal and dangerous”.

The class action suits, all filed by California-based law firm Kirtland & Packard LLP, are the latest in a string of complaints filed by the firm in the wake of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) crackdown on supplements containing DMAA.

BPI Sports reformulated its products to remove DMAA a long time ago, but has still been targeted in two class action lawsuits over the controversial stimulant.

None of the defendants responded to requests for comment before this article went to press.

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