You bet, folks are focused on food labels. Those range from the aging such as myself who have been told we've forked our way to a Death March to parents who have obese children and actually risk losing custody. The food fight is on. The labeling part could mean tremendous new business for both plaintiff and defense lawyers. Let the good times roll.
Consumers are demanding more information. If there was a lack of accurate information in the past, you bet, they can sue. So far the class action ones haven't panned out in trials but there have been settlements. Good work if you can get it. Meanwhile, defense lawyers are educating food and beverage companies how to both comply and be proactive. Sugar has become public-enemy number-one. Could parents hosting children's birthday parties with real cake made with real sugar be sued for being a public nuisance. Will Jones Day's Mickey Pohl ride in to defend them, just as he did in the lead paint state class action public nuisance suits?
Here is coverage from The Wall Street Journal on labeling (sub. req.)