Blackmores unit allegedly fired health whistleblower

By Miklos Bolza
Updated December 4 2023 - 3:35pm, first published 3:29pm
A whistleblower alleged issues with a pregnancy multivitamin product were "a ticking time bomb". (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)
A whistleblower alleged issues with a pregnancy multivitamin product were "a ticking time bomb". (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)

Instead of dealing with a claimed "ticking time bomb" of health concerns about a product for pregnant women, a Blackmores subsidiary is accused of firing the whistleblower who shed light on them.

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