'sic' is used to indicate that a mistake was made in the original quote, but is being reproduced without correction.
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"Research scientists and technicians at General Nutrition Labs, ... went to work to harness all of the vegetables and combined all of them into a natural, easy to take potent tablet. The result is Health Greens (sic) , a new potent breakthrough in nutrition ..."
What does "sic" mean here?
Not necessarily a mistake, but usually a word or phrase that the quoter considers a mistake or that the reader might consider one.
Sic: intentionally so written -- used after a printed word or passage to indicate that it is intended exactly as printed or to indicate that it exactly reproduces an original