In the wake of a federal judge in Connecticut dismissing a putative class action lawsuit alleging Poland Spring’s water did not come from a natural spring, plaintiffs’ attorneys are vowing the legal fight will continue.

In his Thursday ruling, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Meyer said he was dismissing the fraud case against Nestle Waters North America Inc., Poland Spring’s parent company, because the claim was pre-empted by federal law.

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