Gruma Consumers Drop 'All Natural' Labeling Row

Law360, New York (July 24, 2014, 6:40 PM EDT) -- Consumers suing Mexico-based tortilla maker Gruma Corp. for labeling its Mission Restaurant Style tortilla chips as "all natural" have decided to drop their claims, according to a filing in California federal court Wednesday.

The plaintiffs, including Elizabeth Cox and Nichole Griffith, said they had decided to dismiss their suit with prejudice, according to Wednesday's stipulation. They did not say in the filing whether they had arrived at a settlement, and the plaintiffs' attorneys could not be reached for comment Thursday.

An attorney for the defendants declined to comment.

The plaintiffs had claimed that Gruma labeled its Mission Restaurant Style tortilla chips...

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