Woman sues Canada Dry, claims there’s no ginger in its ginger ale


Julie Fletcher of Bolivar, New York, has filed a lawsuit against Canada Dry’s parent company Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, claiming the company’s ginger ale drink, which bills itself as being “made from real ginger,” hardly contains any ginger at all. In Fletcher’s class-action lawsuit filed July 10 in New York federal court, she noted “Canada Dry’s ginger flavor extract is not ‘real ginger’ as reasonable consumers understand that term,” according to the New York Post. “It is manufactured in a lab using various chemicals and extraction processes.”


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