Judge Rules Bud Light Can’t Say “Corn Syrup” In Ads About Miller & Coors


There are developments in the legal battle between Bud Light and MillerCoors. Long story short, MillerCoors sued Anheuser-Busch after their big Super Bowl ads claimed that Miller and Coors use corn syrup in the production of their popular beers. While that may be true, a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction, which will temporarily prevent Anheuser-Busch from using the words “corn syrup” in their ads without providing more detail.

… According to MillerCoors, these Bud Light ads “deceive beer consumers into believing that there is corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup in Miller Lite and Coors Light.” The company says there is no corn syrup in either beer by the time it reaches consumers, and high-fructose corn syrup is never involved at any point.


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