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30 August 2017 @ 07:15 am
“100% cheese” doesn’t have to be 100% cheese

Thanx to [personal profile] andrewducker
Elenbarathi: Knowledgeelenbarathi on August 30th, 2017 04:46 pm (UTC)
Tempest in a teapot cheeseball:
"But U.S. District Judge Gary Feinerman said the plaintiffs' claims were doomed "by the readily accessible ingredient panels on the products that disclose the presence of non-cheese ingredients."

The judge said reasonable consumers would know the grated cheese must contain some additives, given that it does not require refrigeration before the container is opened.

"Cheese is a dairy product, after all," Feinerman said, "and reasonable consumers are well aware that pure dairy products spoil, grow blue, green, or black fuzz, or otherwise become inedible if left unrefrigerated for an extended period of time."