LaCroix parent company's stock falls to multiyear low following lawsuit  CNBC

Shares of National Beverage, the owner of the LaCroix sparkling water brand, fell Tuesday to their lowest price since 2016 following news of a lawsuit alleging ...

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Shares of National Beverage hit their lowest point since 2016 after a former employee filed a lawsuit alleging he was fired after objecting to a plan to falsely claims that LaCroix cans were free of a particular chemical.Shares of National Beverage hit their lowest point since 2016 after a former employee filed a lawsuit alleging he was fired after objecting to a plan to falsely claims that LaCroix cans were free of a particular chemical.

Shares of National Beverage Corp, the parent company of LaCroix, fell after a new lawsuit alleged a plan to falsely state LaCroix cans were BPA free.Shares of National Beverage Corp, the parent company of LaCroix, fell after a new lawsuit alleged a plan to falsely state LaCroix cans were BPA free.

LaCroix owner National Beverage stock price sinks after new lawsuit - Business Insider

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Nick Caporella, CEO of National Beverage, the maker of La Croix sparkling water drinks, blamed the company's poor performance on "injustice."Nick Caporella, CEO of National Beverage, the maker of La Croix sparkling water drinks, blamed the company's poor performance on "injustice."

La Croix maker's CEO Nick Caporella: 'Injustice' caused sales dip

“How cheap does LaCroix-parent National Beverage have to get for Coca-Cola Co to snap it up? Now valued at (just?) $2 billion -- its shares having tanked from $127 to $43 https://t.co/gi8uX9sAd4 #LaCroix $FIZZ $KO $PEP #CPG @EMMETT_HW @rhunterh”

Roben Farzad on Twitter: "How cheap does LaCroix-parent National Beverage have to get for Coca-Cola Co to snap it up? Now valued at (just?) $2 billion -- its shares having tanked from $127 to $43 https://t.co/gi8uX9sAd4 #LaCroix $FIZZ $KO $PEP #CPG @EMMETT_HW @rhunterh"

Sales of LaCroix sparkling water have tumbled, but here's what could help revive the brand's fortunes.Sales of LaCroix sparkling water have tumbled, but here's what could help revive the brand's fortunes.

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A new lawsuit claims executives were conflicted over whether they could responsibly announce their cans were BPA free.A new lawsuit claims executives were conflicted over whether they could responsibly announce their cans were BPA free.