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Greek Yogurt Maker Sues Kroger For Fraud, Breach Of Contract, Stealing Trade Secrets

May 2, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
U.S. natural foods company Tula Foods said it is suing The Kroger Co. and flavor supplier Edgar A. Weber & Company (aka Weber Flavors) alleging that Kroger failed to meet manufacturing specifications for Tula’s Better Whey of Life yogurt, a Greek yogurt product line. Besides its retail stores, Kroger manufactures products for other companies under the name Inter-American Products. The complaint says Kroger knew it wasn’t meeting Tula’s production specifications, releasing “poor-quality, unappetizing yogurt into the market anyway”. The complaint also alleges that Kroger misappropriated trade secrets, using them to make its own brand of Greek yogurt.
"Tula Foods, Producer of Better Whey of Life Greek Yogurt, Sues Kroger and Weber Flavors in Suit Alleging Fraud, Breach of Contract, and Misappropriation of Trade Secrets", Reuters, May 02, 2013, via Tula Foods , © Thomson Reuters
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