"The similarity cannot be a coincidence", Bombay HC restrains Future Group from infringing Parle's trademark in Tasty Treat packaging

The Court has also appointed a Court Commissioner to execute the temporary injunction order and seal the disputed "Tasty Treat" products put up by Future Consumer Limited.
"The similarity cannot be a coincidence", Bombay HC restrains Future Group from infringing Parle's trademark in Tasty Treat packaging
Parle, Future & Bombay HC

Justice KR Shriram of the Bombay High Court on Friday passed an interim order of injunction against Future Consumer Ltd., to restrain it from infringing Parle's intellectual property rights in the packaging of its products.

Parle had moved the Court claiming infringement of the copyright owned by it in respect of its products "MONACO", "KRACKJACK" and "HIDE & SEEK."

Future Consumer, on the other hand, were shown as marketing "Tasty Treat" products such as "CrackO", "Kracker King" and "Peek-a-Boo" with packaging similar to that of Parle.

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