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Krab Mix

A federal court in California dismissed a consumer’s complaint that P.F. Chang’s falsely labeled food products as containing crab meat, finding that no “reasonable consumer” could be confused by the restaurant’s use of the words “krab mix” to describe the products.

LOS ANGELES – A federal court in California dismissed a consumer’s complaint that P.F. Chang’s falsely labeled food products as containing crab meat, finding that no “reasonable consumer” could be confused by the restaurant’s use of the words “krab mix” to describe the products.

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