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Prof. Irina Manta Quoted in Newsday Story on Lawsuits Challenging AriZona Iced Tea Labeling

Irina D. Manta, Professor of Law

AriZona Iced Tea faces two lawsuits over labeling
The suits, which are seeking class-action status, challenge its “no preservatives” and serving-size labeling.
By Ken Schachter
Nov. 28, 2018

Irina Manta, associate dean for research and faculty development at Hofstra University’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law, said there have been other legal cases involving serving size and allegations of deceptive practices, some involving breath mints and vitamin gummy bears.

Read the full article on the Newsday website.

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