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Carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, preservatives and natural flavors that don’t include fresh ginger are the ingredients at the heart of a lawsuit filed against Canada Dry this month.
A Bolivar, New York, woman filed the lawsuit in federal court in Buffalo, New York, claiming the Plano, Texas-based company’s ginger ale doesn't contain ginger as advertised, USA Today reported Monday.
Julie Fletcher is accusing Canada Dry and its parent company, Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc., of misleading customers. ”In truth, DPSG’s soft drink is not made from real ginger,” reads the lawsuit, accessed by USA Today. The drink does however contain a “minuscule amount of a ginger flavor extract,” the suit states.
The lawsuit is the latest among several brought against Canada Dry, the newspaper reported, adding that at least one has been dismissed.
Sleeping on the job has wider implications than workplace safety, as illustrated in a SFGate.com report of an audit that found a California Department of Motor Vehicles clerk slept at her desk three hours a day, costing the state $40,000 in stolen time.