A Florida federal court has denied Chipotle’s motion to dismiss a putative class action alleging the company misrepresents its food as free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) despite selling meat produced from animals fed GMOs. Reilly v. Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., No. 15-23425 (S.D. Fla., order entered April 20, 2016). Chipotle argued that the plaintiff had no standing to sue because she did not specify which products she purchased; the court found she had sufficiently pleaded her claims to support standing for her consumer-protection claims, but not her request for an injunction. Chipotle also challenged the plaintiff’s understanding of “non-GMO” as “nonsensical,” but the “reasonableness of her definition, upon which her interpretation of Chipotle’s advertisements is based, is a question better decided upon examination of the evidence,” the court held. Accordingly, it granted Chipotle’s motion to dismiss the request for injunctive relief but denied it as to the rest of the claims.