Lawsuit Claims LaCroix Contains Ingredient Used in Cockroach Insecticide

The makers of La Croix are being sued for allegedly making the sparkling water with chemicals, including one that's used in cockroach insecticide.  The suit filed in Chicago claims that National Beverage Corp knowingly used synthetic ingredients, including one found in the bug killer, one used to treat cancer, and one that causes kidney toxicity and tumors.  The company denies the allegations, and said in a statement on social media that all of the ingredients in La Croix are 100 percent natural.  It also says that the suit was filed to intentionally damaged the company and its shareholders.



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