A consumer has filed a putative class action alleging that American Sugar Refining mislabeled its agave syrup as “organic” because it contains isomaltose, an ingredient “not naturally found in pure agave syrup.” Valdes v. Am. Sugar Refining, No. 17-5213 (E.D.N.Y., filed September 5, 2017). The complaint asserts that while the only ingredient listed on the product label is organic agave nectar, independent testing revealed the presence of isomaltose, which is “commonly found in high fructose corn syrup” and “other non-natural, non-organic sweeteners.” Alleging violations of state consumer-protection laws, fraud, breach of express warranty and unjust enrichment, the plaintiff seeks class certification, damages, an injunction, restitution and attorney’s fees.