On Wednesday, a Los Angeles woman sued the Northfield, Ill.-based food company, alleging that it committed fraud by calling its dip “guacamole.” Her lawyer says suits against other purveyors of “fake guacamole” could be filed soon.
The suit, which seeks class-action status, highlights the liberty some food companies take in labeling their products.
Letztere sind, aus Kiefernholz gebaute Schlafffässer. Diese können maximal 2 Erwachsene mit einem Kind nutzen.
Sie bestehen aus einem bequemen Schlafbereich mit darunterliegendem Stauraum und einem gemütlichen Vorraum mit Sitzgelegenheiten und TV.
Für mehr Freiraum sorgen die zwei charmanten Appartements oberhalb der Rezeption.
The tape was later shown to the couple that owns the barn so they could confirm it was their horse, known as Big Dick. Around other horses down on the farm, Big Dick was often mocked for the relative puniness of his equippage.
Iranian-made munitions found in Iraq include advanced IEDs designed to pierce armor and anti-tank weapons. And while they are doing this we are supposed to “engage” them in a dialogue, give them an official say in the restructuring of Iraq, and, as a bonus if they call right now, operators are on duty, give them time to develop nuclear weapons. Peanut butter is made from peanuts, tomato paste is made from tomatoes, and guacamole is made from avocados, right? The guacamole sold by Kraft Foods Inc., one of the bestselling avocado dips in the nation, includes modified food starch, hefty amounts of coconut and soybean oils, and a dose of food coloring.
The dip contains precious little avocado, but many customers mistake it for wholly guacamole.
First it was stingrays thousands of miles apart in synchronous poking and now tandem ‘pulling’? Eagle eyed Swiller CJ just sent me these horrifying news reports!!
It’s not bears and it’s not lions and it’s not angry squirrels. I’d watch that shower drain a little more closely first thing in the morning and have something besides a bar of soap handy… California sea lions attack humans Tourists flock to Fisherman’s Wharf for the seafood and the stunning views of San Francisco Bay, but for many visitors, the real stars are the dozens of playful, whiskered sea lions that lounge by the water’s edge, gulping down fish.