Today, a little bit of the lighter side of law. We're going to stay away from COVID. A federal judge dismissed a putative class action over Nestle Toll Houses Premier White Morsels. What happened here? Well, plaintiff's, a class action group, brought a lawsuit saying that Nestle's Toll House Premier White Morsels didn't actually contain chocolate. And that using the words white and premier, even though the product didn't contain cocoa or cocoa derivatives was deceptive to consumers.
The district court judge said that Nestle doesn't even say the word chocolate on their label and they say Premier White Morsels and the word white alone, or morsel doesn't necessarily imply chocolate and nobody's deceived by this.