LaCroix Drinkers Beware! Lawsuit Claims Cockroach Insecticide An Ingredient
A class action lawsuit claims that cockroach insecticide is an ingredient in LaCroix.
According to CBS 3 Philly, a class action lawsuit is claiming LaCroix claims to be 'all natural' and is not.
Lenora Rice is the woman who is suing the mother company of LaCroix, National Beverage.
This is very newsy so let's let the experts give you the details about her claim.
The plaintiff Rice, desiring a healthy, natural beverage, was led to purchase LaCroix sparkling water because of the claims made on its packaging, advertising and web site to be “innocent,” “naturally essenced,” “all natural,” and “always 100% natural.” However, LaCroix in fact contains ingredients that have been identified by the Food and Drug Administration as synthetic. These chemicals include limonene, which can cause kidney toxicity and tumors; linalool propionate, which is used to treat cancer; and linalool, which is used in cockroach insecticide."
This has now become a class action lawsuit that you can be a part of if you have purchased or consumed LaCroix.
All you need to do it call this number to be added to the list, 773-831-8000.