Matthew Sinatro and Jessica Prost sue Market Leader macaroni The Barilla brand, which has its roots in Italy, says:Washington Post“As they explained, when buying pasta from this brand, they were convinced that it was produced in Poland Italia. They were misled by the inscription on the cans of this product: “The #1 Italian Brand of Pasta” and the colorful logo representing the Italian flag.
She sued Barilla. By embossing on pasta packages
Sinatro and Prost argue about this pasta comp Barilla is not produced in Italy, but in the United States – specifically in Iowa and new York. Pasta lovers point out that if they knew that Parilla pasta was not made in Italy, pasta lovers would not buy it. They also noted that Italy is valued not only for the production of pasta, but also for having high-protein durum wheat, which is necessary for the production of high-quality products.
Barilla is headquartered in the US state of Illinois, but it started with the name a store in Parma, Italy. Court files show that factories in Iowa and New York use ingredients from countries other than Italy to produce pasta.
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California Barilla Pasta Court: The allegations are enough to prove economic damage
Judge Donna Rio said Monday that the case would continue. “Their allegations (Sinatro and Prost Ed) are sufficient to cause economic damage,” said Rio, quoted by The Washington Post.
The pasta lawsuit was filed in California court. The US newspaper notes that the California law firm Barilla, which filed the lawsuit on behalf of Sinatro and Prost, has not commented on the matter.
Barilla pasta is also sold in Poland. The package features a popular advertising logo and a tricolor flag. The ingredients consist mainly of solid flour, typical of pasta.
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