Whether adopted by statute, regulation, or ordinance versions of the Food Code constitute so-called public law regulation of food. However, state common law has also long addressed food safety concerns as well. In fact, cases involving harms from food gave rise to modern products liability law. The cases in this section illustrate the range of common law food safety claims that are often brought under the broad rubric of food liability.
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|8||Show/Hide More||Burr v. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Columbia, Inc.|
|9||Show/Hide More||Trabaudo v. Kenton Ruritan Club, Inc.|
August 24, 2017
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