Kellogg Says Buyers Mischaracterized False-Ad Deal Talks

Law360 (August 4, 2020, 8:33 PM EDT) -- Kellogg hit back at a group of customers claiming the brand refused to help revise their rejected $20 million settlement to resolve claims the company falsely labeled its sugar-loaded cereals, telling a California federal judge that the buyers tried to secure a new deal that was worse for Kellogg.

In an opposition to the buyers' motion to enforce the settlement agreement on Monday, Kellogg Sales Co. said that after U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh rejected their proposed settlement agreement, the buyers didn't simply offer to settle on the same terms and make the technical changes the judge wanted. The buyers...

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