A tentatively approved $2.45 million consumer class settlement over
The deal, which got an early nod from the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, also calls for Coca-Cola to stop saying its Seagram’s Ginger Ale products are “Made with Real Ginger.”
Jackie Fitzhenry-Russell and others said the marketing was misleading because the soft drinks don’t contain “real ginger” as reasonable consumers understand that term, and don’t
provide the health benefits consumers expect from real ginger. Coke denied the allegations.
Charles M. Thompson challenged ...