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Goldfish Snacks “Not a Low-Calorie Food” Labeling Complaint

August 3, 2021

At issue in this class action is the labeling (or lack of it) on the popular snack food Goldfish, made and sold by Campbell Soup Company and Pepperidge Farm, Inc. The Goldfish package advertises that the snacks inside contain “0g Sugars” or “0g Total Sugars,” but it is not a low-calorie food. The complaint contends that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in such circumstances, requires that the package contain a warning of that fact, since consumers tend to think that a low sugar content automatically means a lower-calorie food.

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