Lawsuit Claims LaCroix Isn't 100% Natural

A lawsuit has been filed claiming that the popular flavored sparkling water beverage isn't as natural as they claim and contains that it uses an ingredient used in cockroach insecticide.

The lawsuit claims LaCroix intentionally misled consumers by calling its beverages "100% natural" when there is actually a chemical called linalool, used in cockroach insecticide, and other chemicals that 'can cause kidney toxicity and tumors.'

La Croix's parent company, National Beverage Corporation, denies all allegations and called th lawsuit defamatory. 

They said in a statement that ""natural flavors in LaCroix are derived from the natural essence oils from the named fruit used in each of the flavors."

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