I Heart Foods Corp.: I Heart Foods Corp. named in class action lawsuit alleging very little quinoa in Quinoa Puffs

The complaint alleges that the company’s  Quinoa Puffs overstate the amount of quinoa in the products and that the protein content is primarily derived from rice or pea protein concentrate. The presence of quinoa has a material bearing on price and consumer acceptance of the product rendering its branding false and misleading.   COMPLAINT

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General Motors: General Motors named in class action lawsuit over defective dashboards

    This is a class action lawsuit alleging that GM’s single panel dash board installations are inherently defective, prone to crack, and create an unreasonable safety hazard   As alleged, all GM Vehicles have Defective Dashboards that are designed, manufactured, and/or installed in such a way that they will crack. The cracks occur in […]

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General Mills: General Mills, maker of Annie’s Homegrown salad dressings named in class action for falsely claiming product is natural

  This case arises out of Defendants’ deceptive, unfair, and false practices regarding their marketing of their Annie’s Naturals® salad dressings (the “Products”). As alleged, Defendants intentionally and conspicuously represent that the Products are “Natural.” The products further recite on the front bottom: “No artificial flavors, synthetic colors or synthetic preservatives.” The reasonable consumer would […]

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Apple Inc: Apple sued for slowing down older model iPhones with new iOS

Plaintiff brings this class action on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated who purchased or otherwise owned an iPhone 6 smartphone or other older model iPhone manufactured and sold by Apple. Plaintiff and other iPhone owners began experiencing significant slowdown and performance issues with their phones when Apple updated the operating software of […]

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; Danone: Class action alleges Horizon Organic Milk is not Organic

  Danone and White Wave Foods Company have been named in class action alleging false and deceptive advertising of their Horizon Organic Milk plus DHA Omega-3 products. Certified organic milk, such as Horizon Organic milk, is processed according to federal rules addressing factors such as animal raising and feeding practices, and use of nutritional additives […]

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Olivina Napa Valley LLC: Olivina Napa Valley named in class action lawsuit over marketing products as Naturally Pure

This action seeks to remedy the deceptive and misleading business practices of Olivina Napa Valley LLC (hereinafter “Defendant”) with respect to the marketing and sales of the following Olivina Men products (hereinafter the “Products”): Olivina Men All-In-One Body Wash Bourbon Cedar Olivina Men Rinse Out I Leave In Conditioning Cream Olivina Men Bourbon Cedar Aluminum-Free […]

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Florida Bottling Inc.: Lakewood Juices named in class action lawsuit over use of terms cold pressed and fresh pressed

This is a class action on behalf of a California class of consumers who purchased Lakewood Organic Juices (“Juices”) made by Florida Bottling bearing the phrases “cold pressed” and “fresh pressed” on their labels. Lakewood markets a diverse line of pure organic and premium fruit juice products. Lakewood represents that its Juices are both “cold […]

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Pure Brazilian LLC: Pure Brazilian named in class action lawsuit alleging false labeling of coconut water

Pure Brazilian, LLC (‘Defendant”) manufactures Pure Brazilian Coconut Water through two main production steps. The first is the extraction of coconut water through slicing it in half or perforating it at the top, which releases the liquid into a collection tray before being bottled. The second is high pressure processing, where the bottles are subjected to […]

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Dr Pepper Snapple: Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Inc named in class action lawsuit alleging false advertising

Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Inc.’s (DPSG) popular beverage, Diet Dr. Pepper, is sweetened with aspartame, a non-caloric sweetener, rather than sugar. Because of the product’s use of the term “diet,” and its lack of calories, consumers reasonably believe that drinking Diet Dr. Pepper will assist in weight loss or management. According to the complaint, scientific […]

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Church & Dwight: Church & Dwight, makers of Vitafusion PreNatal Multivitamin Gummies named in class action lawsuit over selling vitamins with folic acid in excess of tolerable upper limits

    This is a proposed class action on behalf of a nationwide class (“Class”) and a California sub-class (“Sub-class”) (together, “Classes”) of consumers seeking redress for Defendant’s deceptive  practices associated with the advertising, labeling and sale of its Vitafusion PreNatal Multivitamin Gummy (“Product,” “Multivitamin,” or “Gummies”) in violation of state consumer protection laws and […]

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