A Food and Beverage Law Blog
Tuesday, December 22, 2015

In this post, we take a look at three recent decisions in which food industry defendants were accused of falsely advertising their food products as “fresh”. As discussed in our prior post, a clear-cut, consensus definition for “fresh” has yet to emerge in the United States, leaving food and beverage companies exposed to significant false Read More

Friday, November 20, 2015

“Fresh” is quickly becoming a not-so-fresh battleground for consumer-brought false advertising lawsuits as we see more and more actions challenging the use of “fresh” in advertising and labels for food and beverages. Most recently, a federal district court in Illinois certified a class of consumers who claim that they were misled into believing that single-serving Read More