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No end to food fight in California federal courts over alleged mislabeling

Sep 4, 2013, 05:55 am CDT

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I suppose the prisoners who are hunger-striking will opt out of the classes.

By B. McLeod on 2013 09 04, 7:11 am CDT

I don’t know about the fat part, but I don’t know why salt wouldn’t qualify as natural. I also have no idea who doesn’t know pretzels have salt on them

By Youngster on 2013 09 04, 8:33 am CDT

The statement that “the food industry … has not been able to win dismissal of any of the complaints at an early stage” isn’t correct. It is true that it is often more difficult than it should be to get rid of some of these, but motions to dismiss are granted all the time, often for failure to plead the alleged fraud with any particularity. If the statement is referring to a specific group of lawsuits filed in the Northern District, it might be accurate. Otherwise, it isn’t.

By Kevin Underhill on 2013 09 04, 2:12 pm CDT

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s advice:

The most important thing to remember about food labels
is that you should avoid foods that have labels.

By Hon S. Tee on 2013 09 04, 4:18 pm CDT

A wise friend once said: “I wonder what goes through the mind of those people who always ate only natural foods when they are lying in a hospital dying of natural causes?”

By Jerome Schindler on 2013 09 05, 1:41 pm CDT

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