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Phosphoric Acid at Heart of Class Action Litigation Against Coca-Cola

Food & Beverage Insider

01 Apr 2020

Claudia Vetesi spoke to Food & Beverage Insider for an article that covers the class action litigation against Coca-Cola over its labeling practices and the presence of phosphoric acid in its iconic soft drink.

According to Claudia, these types of cases are attractive to plaintiff’s attorneys “because it’s very factual and complicated to understand oftentimes how an ingredient functions in a particular product.”

“Sometimes, ingredients have multiple functions,” Claudia said. “Even if the primary function of an ingredient isn’t intended, let’s say, to preserve the product, sometimes it has an effect of doing that.”

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