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Almonds

A federal court in New York declined to dismiss putative class action New York General Busienss Law claims against Blue Diamond Growers, ruling that consumers could be misled by the company's labeling of its “Smokehouse” almonds, which are not “prepared by a natural smoking process,” but have added flavors that imitate a smoky flavor.

NEW YORK — A federal court in New York advanced a putative class action that says consumers could be misled by Blue Diamond Growers' labeling of its “Smokehouse” almonds, which are not “prepared by a natural smoking process,” but have added flavors that imitate a smoky flavor.

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