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A lawsuit challenging LaCroix's claims of natural ingredients has been dismissed


Netflix is the new LaCroix — and they tell the same cautionary tale about business strategy


Pepsi is juicing up Mountain Dew and Bubly in a bid to beat Coke and LaCroix



The people behind Facebook's ad machine, LaCroix fizzles, Brat hunts for brand deals


LaCroix says its 'reputation has been maligned' in an open letter to customers following lawsuits about its ingredients


LaCroix went BPA-free in April, but some stores may still be selling older cans that contain the chemical



National Beverage craters after a new lawsuit alleges the company made false claims about chemicals in LaCroix cans


LaCroix slammed with new lawsuit alleging execs sparred over whether to falsely claim its cans were free of toxic chemicals


LaCroix faces a crippling 'free fall' as it turns 'from bad, to worse, to disastrous,' analyst says


I'm an American living in the UK — here are the 9 American products I miss the most


CEO of LaCroix maker blames 'injustice' for plummeting sales and promises that customers will remain loyal to the 'LaLa feeling' the drink provides


LaCroix slams insecticide lawsuit in an over-the-top press release that calls itself a 'cult' deserving of 'patriotism'



'Please stand with us': LaCroix slams 'misleading' lawsuit that links the sparkling water to insecticides


LaCroix is facing a lawsuit over the mysterious ingredient that has made it a huge hit — here's what we know about it


The maker of LaCroix claims it's seeing 'growth never before thought possible' — now it's under scrutiny from regulators who want proof


Pepsi is copying a cult-favourite soda brand with a new drink -- and it could be a $US100 million win



The maker of La Croix is on pace for a 'record-setting year' after a blowout quarter


Here's how LaCroix sparkling water gained a cult following


Here's how LaCroix -- a little-known soda brand -- gained a cult following


Stop everyone, you're pronouncing 'LaCroix' water all wrong