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Pepsi, Dr. Pepper Lawsuit Filed: Aspartame Does Not Aid In Weight Loss

Recently, Consumer Class Action Lawsuits were filed against Pepsi and Dr. Pepper by Sacks Weston Diamond, LLC. The Dr. Pepper lawsuit, along with the Pepsi lawsuit, state that the brands’ popular diet beverages are sweetened with aspartame, a non-caloric sweetener, rather than sugar. Due to the product’s use of the term “diet,” and its lack of calories, consumers reasonably believe that drinking Diet Dr. Pepper will assist in weight loss or management. Scientific evidence, however, demonstrates that this is wrong because nonnutritive sweeteners like aspartame interfere with the body’s ability to properly metabolize calories, leading to weight gain and increased risk of metabolic disease, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Marketing Diet Dr. Pepper and Diet Pepsi as “diet” is false, misleading, and unlawful.

Editor’s note on the Pepsi and Dr. Pepper Lawsuits:

This piece is written about the recent Pepsi and Dr. Pepper Lawsuit. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the class action, 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.

Similarly, if you believe to have been affected by the actions above, please contact us immediately via our complaint portal or directly through email at ConsiderTheConsumer@gmail.com.

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