Godiva Chocolates

In January 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Godiva Chocolatier for allegedly falsely marketing that its chocolate products are made in Belgium when, according to the complaint, the chocolates are actually made in Pennsylvania. (Buxbaum et al v. Godiva Chocolatier, Inc., Case No. 19-cv-558, N. D. CA.)

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One Response to Godiva Chocolates

  1. Kenneth S. says:

    My initial reaction is this is not a keen balk. The word Godiva sexy and could conjure suspicions in consumer minds, like it’s a gimmick, the text “Belgium 1926” merely serves to reassure that the original chocalatier/company was established way back when, in EU. I see no cause for an action if that’s all there is!

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