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Consumer Class Action

A federal judge refused to dismiss a class action accusing ConAgra Foods of deceptively marketing its Parkay Spray by using artificially small serving sizes to claim servings contain zero calories and zero fat, though each bottle allegedly contains 832 calories and 93 grams of fat.

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge refused to dismiss a class action accusing ConAgra Foods of deceptively marketing its Parkay Spray by using artificially small serving sizes to claim servings contain zero calories and zero fat, though each bottle allegedly contains 832 calories and 93 grams of fat.

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