Hawaiian Host Chocolate Class Action Filed; Alleges Deceptive Advertising
A Hawaiian Host Chocolate Class Action has been filed after plaintiff’s believe that the company has made false representations on its product’s packaging, like being made in Hawaii.
Plaintiff’s contend that though the product’s packaging and labels clearly indicate that the products are from Hawaii, the company is actually based out of, and does all of its manufacturing, in California!
The lawsuit argues that the company has breached a series of different state-level laws and legislations in the states of California, Colorado, and Nevada.
Are you a fan of this chocolate? Do you have any similar stories of how you thought a product was made elsewhere? Maybe Mexican beer made in… Holland?
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