Yes, it is possible for Starbucks to face a lawsuit alleging that its Refresher fruit drinks are missing fruit. Consumers could potentially file a class-action lawsuit alleging that Starbucks’ Refresher products contain less of the promised fruit ingredients than what is portrayed on their packaging. The legal basis for the lawsuit would be that the company misled consumers by deceiving them with false advertising. Many states have laws that protect consumers from such deceptive practices and provide legal remedies for those who have been wronged. In such a case, the plaintiffs could be eligible for refunds and/or damages.