- A California federal judge denied Nestle USA Inc.’s motion for summary judgment in a suit that alleged they misled consumers on the trans fat content of Coffee-mate brand creamers. In
- On January 24, 2020, a Northern District of California judge denied defendants’ motion to dismiss plaintiffs’ complaint. In Beasley v. Lucky Stores, Inc. et al, consumers of Coffee-mate, a line
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- As previously reported on this blog, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a plan in May 2018 aimed at eliminating industrially-produced trans fatty acids from the global food supply.
- One week after suggesting that adults and children reduce their intake of trans fatty acids to less than 1% of total energy intake (see our May 8, 2018 blog for
- The World Health Organization (WHO) released draft guidelines on saturated fatty acid and trans-fatty acid intake for adults and children. The draft guidelines suggest that adults and children reduce
Health Canada is proposing to eliminate partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) from foods sold in Canada.
- The use of partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) in foods has come under scrutiny in the
- As previously covered on this blog, FDA announced that there is no longer a consensus among qualified experts
Judge dismisses proposed class action lawsuit filed by “serial plaintiff.” (subscription to Law360 required)
- As previously covered on this blog, a lawsuit was filed in the “Food Court” in
- As previously covered on this blog, FDA recently announced that there is no longer a