Vague Definition Of “Natural” Food Is Class Action Bonanza

By on April 21, 2014

April 21, 2014

There is no such thing as compliance in natural food labeling, because the agencies have not provided a formal regulatory definition of “natural” as applied to food. That has paved the way for plaintiff attorneys to file hundreds of class action lawsuits over the past several years, explain RKMC attorneys Stephen Safranski and Adam Welle. “It’s the perfect litigation storm,” they write, “fueled by the convergence of two powerful market forces, and permitted to grow through regulatory inaction.” But they also say there are ways to reduce the risk of litigation, and they lay out some practical steps for doing so.

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