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“Always Coca-Cola”? Who Knows?

On April 27, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois dismissed the case of Kremers v. Coca-Cola Company. The case involved another of these ubiquitous claims where someone is suing saying they were fooled by labeling on a product. Unfortunately, the case was dismissed on grounds that indicate we might never really know the … Continue Reading

Who Ordered the Christmas Pudding? Please Sign Here

Christmas pudding is an English delicacy with a long tradition.  One of those traditions is that small coins or little silver charms are baked into the pudding, which are supposed to be sources of good luck for the coming year.  Small coins and little silver charms, of course, can be swallowed or can crack teeth.  … Continue Reading

Snapple Decision – FDA’s Policy Concerning Use of “Natural” Not Entitled to Preemptive Effect

High Fructose Corn Syrup Labeling: Opening the Floodgates For Consumer HFCS Claims? The Third Circuit ruled this week in Holk v. Snapple Beverage Corp., reversing the district court and reinstating the state law putative class claims for consumer fraud and breach of warranty for use of the term “all natural” despite the inclusion of high … Continue Reading
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