The plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit against Hebrew National (ConAgra Foods) for allegedly selling less than "100% kosher" beef products has ended because the plaintiffs did not appeal the lower court's ruling against them.
It took many, many months, but the clearly misguided class action lawsuit against Hebrew National (ConAgra Foods) is over after the plaintiffs failed to appeal the most recent court decision against them.
For the suit to have been successful, a US or Minnesota court would have need to accept the notion that a court – not rabbis –m can decide what is kosher and what is not. A court would also have needed to say that the halakhic (Orthodox Jewish legal) concepts of bittul (negation) and rov (majority) were not valid.
The lawsuit was pushed by Orthodox former employees who appear to have misrepresented how halakha works to the plaintiffs' attorneys, who then proceeded with the extremely flawed lawsuit, which they have now, finally, lost.