A suggested 'No risk' Ribena advertisement. Contains at least four time as much blackcurrent juice as an orange. 28 March, 2007
Reference Number: DCDL-0003109
A man stands in front of a shelf of Ribena, puzzled at the claim that Ribena, which is a blackcurrent drink, contains four times as much Vitamin C as an orange. Refers to the guilty verdict levelled at Glaxo, who were charged with false advertising over its claim that the Ribena drink was high in Vitamin C, when it was found to contain negligible amounts.
Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published from August 2005 onwards in the Waikato Times.], Reference Number DC-Group-0014 (1110 digitised items)
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