NEW YORK (Reuters) - Starbucks Corp. may be next on the target list of a consumer-health group that this week sued the operator of the KFC fried chicken restaurant chain for frying foods in oils high in harmful trans fat.
It's one thing if they're lying about what's in their products, but other than that, why is it litigable for a company to fry food "in oils high in harmful trans fat"? And did I just invent another new word in that last sentence?
What exactly are Starbucks and KFC doing wrong? Don't like their products, don't buy them.
F'ing trial lawyers. F'ing Center for Science In The Public Interest. I hope the judge smacks them down for filing a frivolous lawsuit.