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(Bloomberg) -- GNC Holdings Inc. reached an agreement with the New York attorney general on its Herbal Plus products, pledging to more stringently test its supplements and follow U.S. Food and Drug Administration manufacturing recommendations.

In response to state inquiries, GNC has conducted “rigorous tests” to show that its products are “safe, pure, properly labeled,” according to a statement on Monday. GNC also will begin performing DNA barcoding on products -- a method of confirming that the supplements have the right ingredients.

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