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November 13, 2020

In The News Today-November 13, 2020

Ginger Soda False Ad Claims Get Thrown Out By Judge: A federal judge has thrown out claims in a proposed class action alleging Polar Corp.’s ginger ale products are falsely advertised as containing real ginger, saying the plaintiff’s admission that ginger is among the ingredients dooms the suit. The U.S. District judge granted Polar’s motion to dismiss, saying because the ginger ale does in fact use ginger as an ingredient, the label’s claim that it’s “made from real ginger” is not false. (Law 360)

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