A leading sports supplement retailer is the latest to suspend sales of the pre-workout powder Craze in the wake of a USA TODAY investigation of the product's maker.
The paper reports Bodybuilding.com general counsel Bill Carter said Monday the online retailer pulled Craze out of its supplement store late Friday while it seeks further testing of the product. The popular website also has removed Craze from its list of nominees for 2013 Pre-Workout Supplement of the Year.
Tests by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, a government affiliated forensic lab in Sweden, as well as by a lab hired by an industry competitor have detected amphetamine-like compounds in samples of Craze, according to USA TODAY.
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