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August 6, 2020

In the News Today – August 6, 2020

Maxwell House Becomes The Latest Target In a String Of Lawsuits Over Coffee Servings: The Kraft Heinz Company was hit with a proposed class action Tuesday in Illinois federal court alleging that its Maxwell House coffee cans overstate how many servings of coffee they contain, according to a report in Law360. Last month, Kroger was hit with a similar proposed class action in California federal court alleging that cans of its store brand coffee don’t contain enough grounds to render the number of servings advertised on the packaging.

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