Starbucks Now Wants To Sell Yogurt Because It Can And People Will Probably Buy It

Starbucks Now Wants To Sell Yogurt Because It Can And People Will Probably Buy It

Perhaps motivated by all those Stamos-starring Oikos commercials, Starbucks has decided to venture into yet another consumer food market, partnering with Dannon parent company Danone to release its own line of white goo that will never be as yummy as ice cream no matter what you put in it, or “yogurt” as some people refer to it. [More]

FTC: Dannon Agrees To Stop Selling Activia As Cure For Irregularity

FTC: Dannon Agrees To Stop Selling Activia As Cure For Irregularity

More than a year after settling a class-action lawsuit over false advertising claims, Dannon has finally settled a separate but related complaint from the Federal Trade Commission. As a result, the company says it will no longer market unproven health benefits of its Activia and DanActive yogurts. [More]

Dannon To Pay $35 Million To Eaters Of Activia And DanActive Yogurts

Dannon To Pay $35 Million To Eaters Of Activia And DanActive Yogurts

The class-action lawsuit against Dannon alleging false advertising of their Activia and DanActive products has finally been settled. As you may recall (but probably don’t), the suit was filed back in January 2008, and accused the company of advertising yogurt-induced health benefits that may or may not actually exist.