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WASHINGTON (CN) - Pom Wonderful can use the Lanham Act to pursue claims that Coca-Cola's rival drink falsely advertises its pomegranate content, the Supreme Court ruled today.

Pom juices are, as the name suggests, derived from the pomegranate fruit. In 2008, the Los Angeles-based company took aim at Coca-Cola's Minute Maid pomegranate blueberry drink, which contains mostly apple and grape juice, and less than 1 percent each of pomegranate or blueberry juice.

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