Michael Milken, the founder and chief executive officer of the New York-based company, MilkJar Cookies, has been in the news for some time now.
He was fired from his job as president of Coca-Cola in 2014 and now he’s suing the company, alleging that the company discriminated against him for refusing to use its product in his restaurant.
Milken also has a long history of suing companies.
In 2006, he sued PepsiCo for allegedly discriminating against his workers.
In 2014, he launched his own company, New York City-based MilkJar Foods, which offers cookies with a “natural, natural butter” in addition to regular butter.
The company says that its products are vegan and can help reduce the consumption of animal products.
MilkJar says its cookies have been used in more than 600 locations worldwide and have seen a significant increase in sales.
MilksJars are still available in stores, but only to those who sign up for a monthly subscription.
The subscription costs $5 per month, and subscribers can choose to pay $9.95 a month for a year.
Milkshakes have become a popular choice among people who are looking to cut back on animal products, but a recent study found that people who have eaten dairy products were less likely to get cancer than those who have not.
Milkin is suing for $3.5 billion, and a judge has ordered the trial to begin next month.