Minute Maid Apple Juice Contains Undisclosed Preservative, Class Action Claims

The 14-page case claims Minute Maid maker the Coca-Cola Company attempts to conceal the presence and function of the preservative ascorbic acid in the apple juice by misleadingly referring to it as Vitamin C” on the product’s front label and ingredient list, rather than by its more common name.

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