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Raising “Cane” in Labeling Claims

Class action plaintiffs again allege that the labeling on Chobani’s Greek yogurt violates FDA regulations and misleads consumers, even though a federal court in California dismissed a similar labeling class action earlier this year.  The New York complaint filed in

Posted in "All Natural", Class Action, Evaporated Sugar Cane, False Advertising, Food and Drug Administration, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, Food Manufacturer, Labeling Claims, Preemption, Sugar Substitutes

Here We Go Again: Primary Jurisdiction and Deference to FDA

We have been here before:  in an attempt to capitalize on the ambiguities and uncertainties in product labeling, the plaintiffs’ bar focuses on phrases and ingredients for which there is little FDA guidance.  Last year, the industry saw many lawsuits

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Posted in Class Action, Evaporated Sugar Cane, False Advertising, Food and Drug Administration, Food Manufacturer, Genetically Modified Organism, GMO, Labeling Claims
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