Chobani Gets 'All-Natural' Labeling Suit Pared

Law360, San Francisco (July 16, 2013, 3:37 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge Monday refused to force Chobani Inc. to remove its yogurt from store shelves after tossing class claims Friday that the products were mislabeled as "all natural" and contained no added sugar, but she let mislabeling allegations on evaporated cane juice survive.

U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh accepted, for purposes of her decision, the plaintiffs' argument that they were likely to succeed on claims that Chobani's use of evaporated cane juice on its labeling is a violation of California's Sherman Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. However, she ultimately rejected the plaintiffs' bid for a preliminary injunction against...

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