The U.S. District Court in Weiner v. Snapple Beverage Corp. granted summary judgment against Plaintiffs, who had sued Snapple for allegedly misleading consumers by marketing its drinks with high fructose corn syrup as "All Natural." Plaintiffs' complaint asserted that, as a result of its "All Natural" label, Snapple charged a premium price for its drinks that was higher than comparable products. Plaintiffs, however, were unable to show any recent record of their purchases of Snapple. Accordingly, the federal court in New York held that Plaintiffs failed to allege sufficient facts to show that they in fact paid a premium for the "All Natural" label on the Snapple drinks. Weiner v. Snapple Beverage Corp., 2011 WL 196930 (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 21, 2011)