That is like discovering out Santa Claus isn’t actual.
Everybody is aware of that margaritas comprise tequila, and as a new lawsuit argues, if a drink is marketed as a “margarita with a twist,” prospects ought to anticipate liquor to be included.
However, Bud-Lite Lime-A-Ritas, and different flavors within the A-Rita line, apparently would not have any tequila in them in any respect.
A category-action lawsuit has been filed in opposition to Anheuser-Busch claiming that the corporate misled shoppers with a number of of its drinks, the Miami Herald experiences. Except for the tequila-less A-Ritas, the lawsuit additionally alleges that for the reason that firm’s sangria and rose Spritz drinks don’t comprise wine and the Mojito Fizz Spritz drinks would not have rum, prospects have been misled.
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In keeping with the information outlet, the lawsuit says, “The underside panel of the packaging, the place no cheap client would look prior to buy, accommodates a small font assertion that the margarita merchandise are literally ‘malt drinks with pure flavors and caramel colour.’”
The swimsuit additionally reportedly cites a business for the Spritz drinks that exhibits a lady standing in entrance of a wine cellar. Within the advert, she holds a wine glass full of the Spritz drink, which doesn’t comprise any precise wine, the lawsuit says.
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“Even when shoppers noticed the ‘malt beverage statements’ on the underside panel,” the lawsuit states, “cheap shoppers are unlikely to grasp the ‘malt beverage’ statements as which means that the merchandise don’t comprise tequila, rum or wine, respectively.”
Fox Information reached out to Anheuser-Busch, however representatives for the corporate didn’t instantly reply.