Supreme Court Juice Labels

Supreme Court Juice Labels

This Sept. 27, 2010 file photo shows a bottle of POM Wonderful juice in Philadelphia. The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with juice maker Pom Wonderful in its long-running false advertising dispute with Coca Cola, a decision that could open the door to more litigation against food makers for deceptive labeling. The justices ruled 8-0 that Pom can go forward with a lawsuit alleging the label on a “Pomegranate Blueberry” beverage offered by Coke’s Minute Maid unit is misleading because 99 percent of the drink consists of apple and grape juice. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

FILE – This Sept. 27, 2010 file photo shows a bottle of POM Wonderful juice in Philadelphia. The Supreme Court on Thursday sided with juice maker Pom Wonderful in its long-running false advertising dispute with Coca Cola, a decision that could open the door to more litigation against food makers for deceptive labeling. The justices ruled 8-0 that Pom can go forward with a lawsuit alleging the label on a “Pomegranate Blueberry” beverage offered by Coke’s Minute Maid unit is misleading because 99 percent of the drink consists of apple and grape juice. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

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