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FDA inaction leads plaintiffs to revive peanut butter 'natural' class action

This article was originally published in Food Chemical News

Plaintiffs who contend they have been deceived by J.M. Smucker Co.’s use of "natural" on its Jif peanut butter have asked a federal judge to lift a stay on their complaint, suggesting that FDA's "lack of action" on the food labeling term warrants reviving their lawsuit.

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