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High Court To Consider Juice Labeling Dispute Between Pom Wonderful, Coca-Cola

January 13, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A dispute between juice company Pom Wonderful and Coca-Cola over juice content labeling has made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, which recently granted a writ of certiorari to hear the case. Pom first accused Coca-Cola in 2008 of misleading consumers into thinking its Pomegranate Blueberry juice consisted mainly of pomegranate and blueberry juices. In fact, according to Pom Wonderful, the Coca-Cola beverage contains only 0.3 percent pomegranate juice and 0.2 percent blueberry juice. The rest is apple and grape juices. Coca-Cola says its labeling abides by FDA regulations.
Josh Long, "Supreme Court to Hear Coca-Cola, Pom Wonderful Spat", Food Product Design, January 13, 2014, © Virgo Publishing, LLC.
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