LOS ANGELES -- POM Wonderful, a leading producer of pomegranate juice, said it is the victim of a hoax perpetuated by an animal rights group that told the media it intentionally contaminated bottles of POM Wonderful juices sold in stores along the East Coast, according to published reports. A spokesman for The Food Emporium, one of the chains named by the Animal Rights Militia, told the New York Post store workers had been asked to check juice bottles for signs of tampering. In a statement ...
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