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There’s a Scary Ingredient Lurking in Decaf Coffees from Keurig, Maxwell House, and More

August 31, 2020

From the Yahoo Life website

On Wednesday, Aug. 26, the Clean Label Project announced a lawsuit against five of the largest decaf coffee brands. After investigating 24 of the leading coffee brandsClean Label Project found paint stripper (methylene chloride) in their decaffeinated coffee products. The five companies that are being sued include, J.M. Smucker Co., JAB Holding Company, LLC, KraftHeinz, and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.

According to a press release presented by the Clean Label Project, the lawsuits to these five companies were sent out in July and August 2020 by Davitt, Lalley, Dey,&McHale in the D.C. Superior Court. Each of the lawsuits, and the products in question, are specified in the press release. It states the following:

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