Starbucks accused of violating Disabilities Act by charging extra for non-dairy

In a lawsuit filed in Federal Court, Starbucks has been accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by charging extra for non-dairy products, such as plant-based or lactose-free milk.

The class-action suit filed on Tuesday was brought up for all Starbucks consumers in California who bought beverages that contained non-dairy alternatives and paid a surcharge.

According to the lawsuit, the plaintiffs say they are lactose intolerant, and it is medically necessary for them to avoid milk.

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The plaintiffs say in the lawsuit that lactose intolerance is a disability listed under the

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