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National Beverage craters after a new lawsuit alleges the company made false claims about chemicals in LaCroix cans (FIZZ)


  • National Beverage Corp. shares slid on the news that a lawsuit has been filed against its beverage company LaCroix.
  • The lawsuit claims the president of National Beverage planned to prematurely state LaCroix cans were BPA free. National Beverage denied the claims.
  • This is the second lawsuit filed against LaCroix that has damaged the company.
  • Watch National Beverage trade live.

Another lawsuit filed against LaCroix is taking the fizz out of its stock.

Shares of National Beverage Corp., the parent company of LaCroix, fell more than 10% Tuesday after a new lawsuit alleged that the president of National Beverage planned to falsely state that LaCroix's cans were free of Bisphenol A, the toxic chemical commonly known as BPA. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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