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Last month, a New York federal judge dismissed a proposed class action that alleged Dannon Company, Inc. unlawfully labelled its yogurt products as “natural” when in fact the cows that produced the milk that produced the yogurt may have eaten feed made from corn that was genetically modified or were raised using hormones or antibiotics.

Authors: Jason W. Gordon

The plaintiff, Polly Podpeskar, sued Dannon under four Minnesota state consumer protection statutes, New York common law fraud, breach of express warranty, and a consolidated claim for violations of 40 other states’ consumer protection statutes.

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