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August 5, 2020

In the News Today – August 5, 2020

Class action complains boxes of Junior Mints, Sugar Babies have too much air in them: Yet another lawsuit is alleging theater candy is too empty according to a report in Legal Newsline. A California class action complains that boxes of Junior Mints and Sugar Babies sold in movie theaters have too much empty space – called “slack fill.” Attorneys are Clarkson Law Firm filed the case on May 29, two weeks after they sued Nestle and Ferrera Candy Company in New Jersey over slack fill in Raisinettes, Butterfinger Bites and Gobstoppers.

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