Monster Lawsuits Test State Preemption Of FDA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera wants Monster to lower its products’ caffeine levels, “provide adequate warning on labels” and “cease targeting minors” in advertising. Monster preemptively sued the city in April, attempting to stop Herrera from pursuing the demands.
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