In Texas and elsewhere, the earliest cases imposing no-fault liability on manufacturers and sellers involved contaminated food. Difficulties in proving a food preparer negligent prompted the courts to authorize recovery under theories other than negligence. Most of these early food cases based liability on a form of breach of implied warranty. However, the basis was neither the seller’s representations to the buyer, nor a contractual warranty, but rather a warranty imposed as a matter of public policy.
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