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Coca-Cola Gold Peak Class Action Lawsuit Claims False Advertising

Recently, the Lee Litigation Group filed a class action lawsuit against Coca-Cola. This Coca-Cola Gold Peak class action is a “consumer protection action seeking redress for, and the termination of, Coca-Cola’s unfair and deceptive practice of advertising and marketing its Gold Peak Tea products as having “No Preservatives” when they contain citric acid, phosphoric acid, and ascorbic acid, all well-known preservatives commonly used in commercial food and drink products.”

The complaint alleges that the coca-cola company has sold consumers the following beverages with these deceptive and misleading no preservative claims on their front labels.

1.) Gold Peak Diet Tea (citric acid and phosphoric acid)
2.) Gold Peak Lemon Tea (citric acid)
3.) Gold Peak Unsweetened Tea (phosphoric acid)
4.) Gold Peak Sweet Tea (phosphoric acid)
5.) Gold Peak Green Tea (citric acid and ascorbic acid)

A full copy of the complaint is attached for your convenience.

If you or anybody you know has been affected by this class action (or have purchased one of these products) please let us know and we will direct you in your next possible steps!

To note: This piece is written about a class-action lawsuit. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the suit, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.

If you have any questions concerning this process or wish to speak with a law firm that has either filed or intends to handle this matter, please feel free to contact us via email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com.

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