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McDonald’s, a leading fast- food chain of restaurants in the United States, was sued by Arnold Pellman and other teenagers, all New York residents who frequently ate at McDonald’s outlets, contending that they suffered adverse health effects, including becoming overweight as the result of eating McDonald’s food containing high levels of cholesterol, fat, salt, and sugar. They further contended that McDonald’s failed to warn the public of the high quantities of unhealthy ingredients in their products. McDonald’s produced evidence that they made their nutritional information available online and that such information was also available upon request. The plaintiffs ( Pellman and others) failed to show a direct relationship between their eating McDonald’s fast food and the adverse effects on their health. Should Pellman and the other teenagers be successful in their lawsuit against McDonalds?


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