GNC Plunges After Oregon Attorney General Sues Over Supplements

GNC Holdings Inc., the chain of health and wellness stores, plummeted as much as 21 percent after Oregon sued the company, claiming it sells supplements with illegal ingredients.

The stock tumbled as low as $31.94 in New York on news of the lawsuit. Ellen Rosenblum, the state’s attorney general, said the company sold “nutritional and dietary supplements containing the illegal ingredients picamilon and BMPEA.”

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