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A woman is suing Heineken over its new alcohol-free product, Heineken 0.0, even though the Heineken 0.0 label complies with federal regulations that require it to be labeled alcohol-free.   

The woman claims that the beer has up to 0.03 percent alcohol by volume and shouldn’t be marketed as alcohol-free. However, a loaf of ordinary bread has more alcohol than the Heineken beer: up to 1.9 percent alcohol.  

Maybe the lawyer who dreamed up this ridiculous lawsuit should be kicked out of the bar. 

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