The Center for Science in the Public Interest followed through this week on earlier threats to sue McDonald’s Corp. for deceptive marketing practices that target children. The Washington, D.C.-based consumer group helped Monet Parham, a mother of two from Sacramento, Calif., file a class action lawsuit in California Superior Court in San Francisco against the burger giant. CSPI first warned McDonald’s in June that it would sue the Oak Brook, Ill.-based brand to halt its marketing ...
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