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Dark grapes in a wooden box on a store counter. Photo: KAY4YK/Shutterstock. The plaintiff slipped in a Winn-Dixie store on what she alleged was a liquid substance but turned out to be a “squished grape.” Photo: KAY4YK/Shutterstock.

A premises liability lawsuit brought by a Broward woman, who slipped and fell in a supermarket, has taken a tumble of its own in the Fourth District Court of Appeal, which threw out the case after analyzing evidence about how long a grape had been on the floor.

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Raychel Lean

Raychel Lean reports on South Florida litigation for the Daily Business Review. Send an email to rlean@alm.com, or follow her on Twitter via @raychellean.

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