A company accused of advertising decayed plant matter as a consumable health product has been named in a class action lawsuit brought by a group of Georgia consumers after a recall revealed the products were not authorized for consumption.
But an arbitration clause included in a brand partnership that the manufacturer offered to some consumers in the form of a product discount may make it harder for an Atlanta litigation team to add more customers to the class action.
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