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  • Maker of Nutella settles deceptive ad suit

    It’s chocolaty. It’s gooey. It’s nutty, and toddlers love it. There is nothing about that description of Nutella that should lead anyone to believe the sweet treat is anything more than junk food.

  • Judge throws out Happy Meal lawsuit

    Last year, California mother Monet Parham sued McDonald’s Corp., claiming the fast-food chain’s Happy Meals violate consumer-protection laws by using free toys to lure children into the restaurants to eat unhealthy food.

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