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April 12, 2018

In the News Today – April 12, 2018

Class Action Against Odwalla for Allegedly Misleading “No Sugar” Label Hits Headwinds, As Product Does Not Actually Contain Added Sugar: A California court is being asked not to certify three classes of consumers in the suit, as the absence of added sugar in Odwalla juices means the lead plaintiff was neither deceived nor harmed by the “no sugar added” label, according to Odwalla. The lead plaintiff himself has not claimed the label was inaccurate or deceptive in filings, instead relying on a technical labeling regulation violation as the sole basis of the case. (Law360)

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