A plaintiff has alleged in Massachusetts federal court that Whole Foods Market mislabels its 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt as containing 2 grams of sugar per serving despite Consumer Reports tests showing that a serving of the product contains an average of more than 11 grams of sugar. Knox v. Whole Foods Market, No. 14-13185 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D. Mass., filed Aug. 1, 2014). According to the complaint, the plaintiff learned about the alleged labeling discrepancy from Consumer Reports magazine, which tested six samples of 365 Everyday Value Plain Greek Yogurt and apparently found the average sugar content to be nearly six times the amount listed on the label. Whole Foods reportedly responded to the magazine’s findings by asserting that it relied on testing results from reputable third-party labs. The plaintiff alleges breach of warranty, unjust enrichment and negligence, and he seeks class certification, compensatory and punitive damages, attorney’s fees, an injunction, and court declarations that the yogurt label contained false and misleading nutritional information and that Whole Foods knew or should have known about the false information on the label.