I swear it’s not me.
I don’t even drink Snapple.
And I would definitely never file such a crazy, frivolous lawsuit.
How dare someone sully my good name!?
A New York man sued Cadbury Schweppes Plc on Friday, accusing the company of mislabeling certain products, including its Snapple juice and tea drinks, as “all natural” when they were not.
Hemant Mehta, who wants the suit to become a class action complaint, alleged that the drinks contained high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and “other non-natural products,” according to the suit filed in Manhattan federal court.
Mehta also accused the company of misleading consumers about the main ingredients in juice and tea drinks.
Mehta is seeking to represent all people who bought certain Cadbury Schweppes and Snapple drinks over the last six years, and wants damages of at least $100 million on their behalf.
Umm… how much?
Ok. It’s me. Ignore everything I wrote above.
If the Snapple people just send me $10 million, we’ll call it even and I’ll drop all charges.
[tags]Hemant Mehta, Snapple, New York, Cadbury Schweppes Plc[/tags]
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