Woman Files Lawsuit Because She's Disappointed With A Flavor of Pop Tarts


Pop tarts, or toaster pastry, shot from the top

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Kellogs must be shakin in their boots because of one man's incredible lawsuit about strawberry Pop Tarts.

Anita Harris is suing because the fruit filling in strawberry Pop Tarts doesn't have enough strawberries. The alleges Kellogg’s Whole Grain Frosted Strawberry Toaster Pastries are not all strawberry, but a mixture of mostly other fruits.

The lawsuit goes on to say that the red food coloring gives the "false impression" of strawberries and it is misleading.

For this, she is demanding 5 million dollars.

“Whether a toaster pastry contains only strawberries or merely some strawberries … is basic front label information consumers rely on when making quick decisions at the grocery store,” says the lawsuit mentioned in USA Today. “Strawberries are the Product’s characterizing ingredient … (consumers) believe they are present in an amount greater than is the case.”


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