Some Say Froot Loop, Others Say Fruit Dot

Two major cereal makers in Canada may have ended a trademark dispute after the Federal Court of Canada overruled officials who say Kellogg's Froot Loops were too similar to Weetabix's Fruit Dots. According to the court, both brands only described the flavor and shape of the products, and are not confusing to consumers.

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