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Coke Pays $2.5M To Settle Suit Over Ginger Ale Labels

The Coca-Cola Co. has agreed to pay $2.5 million to resolve class action claims that Seagram’s ginger ale labels are misleading.

According to plaintiff Jackie Fitzhenry-Russell, the settlement provides a reasonable resolution to her class action claims that Seagram’s ginger ale labels mislead customers by claiming that the drink is “made with real ginger.”

Under the Seagram’s ginger ale settlement, Coke will have to stop labeling their ginger ale with these claims.

Instead, they can use statements such as “real ginger extract” or “natural ginger taste.”

Read the source article at topclassactions.com

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