Fla. Kombucha Co. Looks To Nix Suit Over Alcohol Content

Law360 (April 9, 2021, 5:28 PM EDT) -- A Florida-based kombucha maker has argued that consumers who brought a proposed class action alleging its beverages contain more alcohol than advertised on labels have failed to show that a federal court has authority to hear the case.

Sarasota-based MAD at S.A.D. LLC, which does business as Kombucha 221 B.C., asserted in a motion to dismiss Thursday that Florida residents Michael Brothers, Jamiel Brown and Jamie King Colton have failed to establish subject matter jurisdiction or state an adequate claim under the Class Action Fairness Act because they have not met their burden to demonstrate there is minimal diversity between the...

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