A federal court in California has denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss the plaintiffs’ first amended consolidated complaint in a case involving claims that “Ferrero misleadingly promotes Nutella® spread as healthy and beneficial to children when in fact it contains dangerous levels of fat and sugar.” In re: Ferrero Litig., No. 11-205 (U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D. Cal., decided August 29, 2011). According to the court, the plaintiffs sufficiently pleaded exposure to a longterm advertising campaign and reliance on the campaign in making their purchasing decisions to confer standing on them to bring their claims under California’s Unfair Competition Law, False Advertising Law and Consumers Legal Remedies Act.