Woman sues Kellogg’s over strawberry pop-tart filling

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Woman sues Kellogg’s over strawberry pop-tart filling

A $5M class-action lawsuit has accused Kellogg’s of misleading customers about the fruit content of their frosted strawberry Pop-Tarts, claiming they contain few actual strawberries.

Elizabeth Russett of New York accused the food giant of padding out strawberry Pop-Tart filling with cheaper pears and apples.

It is not the first time that the ingredients of strawberry Pop-Tarts have come under scrutiny.

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A separate lawsuit filed in August by Anita Harris else also alleged that the labels on strawberry Pop-Tarts ‘are misleading because the ingredients list on the breakfast food reveals that they contain ‘less than 2 percent’ strawberries, along with pears and apples.

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