Park v. Welch Foods, Inc., 12cv6449 (N.D. Cal.): Plaintiffs filed a 40-page, 230-paragraph complaint against Welch Foods, alleging that a wide variety of Welch juices and juice products violate California consumer protection statutes. The court dismissed all of the claims without prejudice finding that despite its length, the complaint provides no detail of the actual statements plaintiffs’ saw and relied upon, and only “conclusory” allegations about the “unlawfulness” of the defendants’ labels. Order.