Ally Cunningham, Jessie Rosell and Matt Walker recently contributed to The Franchise Memorandum where they discuss the recent wave of consumer-product class actions involving PFAS against quick-service restaurant franchisors. These lawsuits allege that the restaurants misrepresented the safety and quality of their food in advertising statements because the packaging was coated with PFAS, which plaintiffs contend can leach into the food and potentially cause harm to human health. To view the post, click here.
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