Apparently the low level of business activity cannot keep all our lawyers and courts busy. A federal appeals court has partially reversed the decision of a federal court to dismiss a case with prejudice against ConAgra Foods, the parent company of Hebrew National.
The case can still go forward, but only in Minnesota state courts. Federal courts will not be involved in deciding whether kosher supervisor Triangle K followed proper religious procedures.
I think it is a good thing that federal courts have decided to butt out of at least some religious matters. If you want to buy kosher products, buy them from someone you trust. Do not expect the government to enforce your particular religious views on others.