Forza Fights Counterfeiters with Rebrand of T5 Fat Burner Range
Forza, the much respected producers of quality T5 fat burners and other weight loss products, have responded to the growing number of fake supplements on the market by investing in a total rebrand. Due to the popularity and trust in their flagship range, a lot of companies have been selling false Forza T5 products, which will no doubt be lower quality if useful at all.
The spoof Forza products have been tested and actually contain banned substances such as DMAA, Sinopren, Clenbuterol and Ephedrine which could not only be harmful but also pose problems for athletes who compete in official competitions. Although the Forza brand is in effect being endorsed by the fact that others are attempting to copy their tablets, they are keen to distance themselves from this compromise in quality and use of erroneous substances.
Epic Supplements, who sell a great deal of Forza’s products due to their effectiveness and high quality, could not be happier with the news;
“As soon as we became aware that rogue companies were attempting to copy Forza’s range of T5 fat burners, we became very concerned. Their weight loss products have always been popular here at Epic and the thought that companies were attempting to rip them off and indeed, attach banned substances to their brand worried us greatly,” said a spokesperson from www.epicsupplements.co.uk.
“This rebrand will help to put this issue to bed and anyone who uses T5 slimming pills from the Forza range should ensure that they are buying the real thing. They can do this by using respected vendors such as ourselves and by checking packaging extremely thoroughly” she continued.
The rebrand will apply to the whole Forza T5 range and help them to maintain their reputation as the UK’s leading manufacturer of safe and reliable T5 products.