LOS ANGELES The Pinkberry chain here has settled a lawsuit filed by customers charging that its signature product does not meet the state’s definition of frozen yogurt. After the lawsuit was filed last May, Pinkberry officials acknowledged that the chain wasn’t in compliance with state guidelines, which require that frozen yogurt be mixed at a dairy, not in stores. On Thursday, company officials said the product is now mixed off-site and thus meets state guidelines. They also ...

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