California woman sues cereal makers over "low sugar" claim

A lawsuit filed in California names Kraft Foods, General Mills and Kellogg as defendants, accusing the companies of deceiving consumers by replacing sugar with other carbohydrates in "low sugar" versions of their cereals. A General Mills spokeswoman said the company never made health claims related to its reduced sugar products. Kraft and Kellogg did not comment on the suit.

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