Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Why You Shouldn't Drink French Water

A lawsuit filed in Cook County, Illinois Circuit Court against popular beverage LaCroix alleges the sparkling water advertised as “all natural” includes a dangerous ingredient used in cockroach insecticide (linalool) as well as other harmful artificial ingredients that are “non-natural and synthetic compounds.”
“Thousands of consumers purchase Defendant’s water under the mistaken belief that it conforms with the representations made by Defendant on LaCroix’s packaging and advertisements, i.e., it is ‘all natural’ and/or ‘100% natural.'”
The suit claims that LaCroix’s sparkling water contains “ethyl butanoate, limonene, linalool and linalool propionate.”  Read More>>>

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