It’s become a cult favorite, but now LaCroix flavored sparkling water has become something else: the subject of a class action lawsuit.

Chicago firm Beaumont Costales recently announced that it has sued LaCroix’s parent company, National Beverage Corp., in Cook County for allegedly falsely branding its product’s ingredients as “natural” when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has classified them as “synthetic.”

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