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2 Hudson residents sue General Mills over Cheerios cholesterol claims
Law Center | 2009/10/19 09:24
Two Hudson County residents are suing General Mills over the cereal maker's claims that Cheerios helps reduce cholesterol, NJBiz.com reports.

Edward Myers and Elsa Acevedo are the lead plaintiffs in the $5 million class-action suit filed in U.S. District Court in Newark, the Web site said.

The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning to General Mills over the issue in May, the Web site noted.


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