Consumers in multidistrict litigation alleging that Whole Foods Market misrepresents the amount of sugar in its Greek yogurt have filed a motion requesting sanctions against the company, alleging that it destroyed samples of the yogurt at issue. In re Whole Foods Mkt. Inc. Greek Yogurt Mktg. and Sales Practices Litig., MDL No. 2588 (W.D. Tex., motion filed March 4, 2016). The motion argues that Whole Foods “utterly failed in its legal duty to preserve relevant evidence in its custody and control” by destroying the yogurt and seeks details on the destruction to determine whether it was intentional and in bad faith.