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On behalf of several named defendants and “all others similarly situated,” Don Barrett, a Mississippi lawyer leading the legal charge against food manufacturers, says ConAgra “deceives unsuspecting Californians into purchasing food products that contain undisclosed substances such as liquefied petroleum gas, propane, butane” and other chemicals and artificial ingredients in violation of federal statutes and California’s Sherman Law, according to court documents filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

Specifically, ConAgra’s PAM cooking spray lists “propellant” as an ingredient. While its label and marketing bill the spray as “100% Natural,” its material-safety data sheet lists the gases—an omission that “deprives consumers of any ability to choose” to limit or avoid these ingredients.

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