Makers LaCroix Hit with Lawsuit for Using Cockroach Insecticide in Their Sparkling Water!
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If something taste too good to be healthy, more than likely, chances are, it contains cockroach insecticide. Recently, the maker of the very popular sparkling water, LaCroix, was hit with a lawsuit which includes wild allegations of misleading product ingredients.
“LaCroix ingredients suggest it is made solely of natural, healthy products, but that’s far from the truth. It has many non-natural flavorings & the most devastating one of all we discovered was linalool, which is used as a cockroach insecticide. Somebody’s going to pay for this & it won’t be the consumer,” confidently revealed Attorney Barksdale, who’s currently seeking a class action lawsuit.
National Beverage Corp. has yet to respond to the lawsuit or publicly deny the allegations, which has many naturalists scrambling to their pantries, emptying their beloved drink down the sinks. We’ll sit back & see how this unravels. Hopefully, the makers don’t think humans are a bunch of…
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