The food industry is extremely competitive, and companies need to do anything they can to set themselves apart. This means businesses are constantly making claims about their products, like what kinds of ingredients they use, how their products are supplied, and what their company can offer customers that others may not. However, in making these claims, food companies run the risk of inciting lawsuits, from customers and other businesses, that can ultimately cost them thousands, or millions, of dollars and damage their business.
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