By now you’ve probably heard that a Curry’s home appliance company is suing the Consumer Product Safety Commission for allegedly misleading consumers.
The lawsuit, filed in federal court in New York, alleges that the Curry’s company has been misleading consumers for years, and has been doing so since 2007.
Curry is also claiming that the CPSC is misusing its authority under the CPSCs Consumer Product Information Disclosure Act (CPIDEA), which is designed to help consumers understand their rights when it comes to consumer products.
In the lawsuit, Curry contends that CPSC regulations should be changed so that they protect the consumer’s right to make informed purchasing decisions about products and services.
The CPSC’s regulations don’t address the fact that consumers are entitled to know whether a product is safe to consume or to use.
Curry also argues that the CPDEA’s exemption for product information disclosure is too broad and should be limited to consumer product safety issues.
We’re not sure if we’d buy a Curry if it came with a warning label saying “If you are allergic to the ingredients, please avoid it.”
But Curry’s claims aren’t entirely unfounded.
Consumer reports indicate that the average American consumes over 20,000 Curry products a year, and there are more than 100 million Curry appliances worldwide.
And while the CPSCB claims that consumer safety concerns are unfounded, they have received some of the most complaints in recent years from Curry customers about Curry’s marketing practices, which Curry has been accused of misleading.
A recent Consumer Reports study found that many Curry customers complained about the company’s marketing tactics, and Curry has since implemented several safety initiatives.
In 2014, Curry changed its packaging to include a warning about the potential dangers of the products’ ingredients, as well as a message about the risks of cooking with Curry’s proprietary “Frozen Foods” ingredient.
And in the wake of the 2014 Curry spill, the company added a “No Smoking” label to all of its products.
Curry says that its safety initiatives and warnings are not related to Curry’s food safety practices.
The company says that the ingredients in Curry’s products are safe, and it has taken steps to address those concerns, including removing any ingredient that could be used in cooking.
But the company also points out that the FDA requires that it warn consumers about the possible hazards of ingredients in cooking products.
So why are we talking about this lawsuit in the first place?
Curry, of course, has been fighting the CPSCF for years over its claims about Curry products.
That’s why the CPSCA is suing it, too.
In December 2015, the CPSCI filed a complaint with the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC), alleging that Curry’s misrepresentations about its food safety standards had harmed consumers.
That complaint, which is now under review by the CPSB, accused Curry of misrepresenting its safety policies and safety measures on its website, and that Curry has repeatedly failed to disclose the CPSCC’s findings in public hearings.CPRC Chairperson Karen Pender said in a statement that Curry “continues to mislead consumers and mislead the CPSCS about the safety of its food products.”