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March 24, 2021

ICYMI: New Faces of Lawsuit Abuse Videos – March 24, 2021

Lawsuit Wants A Lot Of Dough Because Hawaiian Rolls Are Made In California: The newest Faces Of Lawsuit Abuse video spotlights a lawsuit over where King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls are made. The plaintiff claims he was misled into buying the sweet rolls, thinking they were made in Hawaii because the front of the package says, “Established 1950 in Hilo, Hawaii.” That’s where the brand first started making its famous breads, but the back reveals that the rolls are currently produced in a bakery in California, which has been true since the late ‘70s.

A Woman Wants $5 Million In Suit Over The Number Of Cups Of Coffee In A Can: A new Faces Of Lawsuit Abuse video spotlights a lawsuit over how many cups of coffee a canister of Folger’s makes. The plaintiff claims that she hasn’t brewed as many cups as the canister says and now wants them to pay more than five million dollars in fees and damages.

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