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Painter v. Blue Diamond Growers

Can a class action lawsuit be brought for not labeling almond milk as “imitation milk”? The Ninth Circuit (in an unpublished decision) says no; the district court was correct to find that “[n]o reasonable consumer could be misled by Defendant’s unambiguous labeling or factually accurate nutritional statements” describing almond milk as almond milk. (The district court’s ruling is here, via the FDA Law Blog.)


Tags: 2018, Class Action, Economic Liberty, Ninth Circuit

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