Kirkland Signature Ice Cream Bars with “Chocolate” Coating New York Complaint

April 13, 2020

When is chocolate not chocolate? According to the complaint for this class action, a substance is not chocolate if it does not meet the standards of identity provided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations. At issue in this case are Kirkland Signature ice cream bars, made by the Costco Wholesale Corporation, which are purportedly dipped in “chocolate” and almonds.

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