I don't care what you say, Bagel Bites were ahead of their time when they came out and they're at the top of the snack pyramid... if there is one. While I have a love for Bagel Bites, a woman in Wisconsin does not, because of one ingredient.
Kraft Heinz has found itself in a lawsuit with a woman from Wisconsin named Kaitlyn Huber, according to The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. The reason why Kaitlyn Huber is suing Bagel bites is because of the “Real Dairy” seal that is on the front of a box. That seal is used to certify a product is made with “genuine, quality dairy.” Now, Kaitlyn Huber disagrees with that seal and filed a claim based on the class-action lawsuit against Bagel Bites. In the lawsuit it states, "Wisconsin consumers want real mozzarella cheese in the pizza because they value (1) its soft, moist texture, (2) its milky, yet tangy taste, and (3) its high protein and relatively low calories and sodium compared to other cheeses."
Oh, and the lawsuit doesn't just stop at the mozzarella cheese, the tomato sauce on the Bagel Bites are also in question, according to BroBible. The lawsuit states, “Reasonable Wisconsin consumers expect a product claiming to contain ‘Tomato Sauce’ will contain only tomato ingredients and seasonings instead of thickeners like cornstarch and methylcellulose.”