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Nestle denies its Poland Spring bottled water is regular groundwater

April 1, 2019 by

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By Jade Scipioni Nestle Waters is firing back against a class-action lawsuit claiming its Poland Spring bottled water brand is merely common groundwater, not the “100 percent Natural Spring Water” it claims to be. Twelve plaintiffs in eight states are suing the company for allegedly diluting its bottled water with regular groundwater and misleading consumers in its […]

Food Law and Regulation Boot Camp

October 10, 2017 by

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Trial will decide if ABC sullied company with ‘pink slime’ report

June 6, 2017 by

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Nati Harnik/Associated Press/File 2012 “Pink slime” refers to processed beef trimmings sold by Beef Products Inc. By Niraj Chokshi New York Times  June 05, 2017 A defamation trial over an ABC News report about so-called pink slime, a once-common ingredient in ground beef, began Monday. A South Dakota meat processing company says the report wreaked […]

ACI Food Law and Regulation Forum

May 19, 2017 by

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Tylenol maker admits to selling liquid medicine with metal

March 12, 2015 by

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The maker of Tylenol pleaded guilty in a Federal Court on Tuesday to selling liquid medicine contaminated with metal. McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a Johnson & Johnson JNJ subsidiary, pleaded guilty in a Federal District Court in Philadelphia to a criminal charge of manufacture and process of adulterated over-the-counter medicines. The company agreed to a $25 […]