Manuka Honey and Waterslides

This week, we take a look at a decision addressing what a “reasonable” consumer will know in purchasing a product (and distinguishing the Seventh Circuit in the process), and at another assessing the legality of Washington’s pandemic-related shutdown of a waterpark.

MOORE v. TRADER JOE’S COMPANY
The Court holds that, given other information available to consumers, a potentially ambiguous label for “100% Manuka Honey” that is not 100% derived from Manuka nectar is not misleading as a matter of law.

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