The star of "Rocky" and "Rambo", Sylvester Stallone and a business partner started a nutritional supplement company called Instone, and got involved with a body-building high-protein pudding development with Pasadena inventor William Brescia.
Sylvester Stallone's pudding packed 20 grams of protein in one travel-friendly can. The pudding also boasts that it is low carb and sugar free, which sounds pretty unappetizing for most people but is apparently popular amongst bodybuilders.
The discontinued pudding.
Everything was going fine with Stallone's pudding until a multi-million dollar lawsuit was filed against Sly and his business partners. Sadly for pudding fans the product was discontinued.
According to reports, there were some accusations to do with trade secrets, followed by assertions that the secrets were just common knowledge. Long story short, this ended up in a year-long lawsuit.