LaCroix Being Sued For Having Cockroach Insecticide in it's Drinks

If you've never drank LaCroix, you might be one in a million, but you might be the lucky one according to a new lawsuit...

National Beverage, LaCroix’s parent company, is being sued over the fact that even though they say they're "all natural",  it actually contains a number of artificial ingredients, “including linalool, which is used in cockroach insecticide.”

National Beverage, meanwhile, “categorically denies all allegations,” which they say were filed “without basis in fact or law.” Their statement maintains that LaCroix’s natural flavors are “derived from the natural essence oils from the named fruit used in each of the flavors” and that “there are no sugars or artificial ingredients contained in, nor added to, those extracted flavors.”

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