Arm & Hammer Detergent 144.5-Ounce Container

Arm & Hammer Detergent “2X More” Promise Class Action

When a company promises that one size of a detergent delivers “2X More Loads” than another, what does that mean? Church & Dwight Co. Inc. use this term to market its Arm & Hammer detergent in a 144.5-ounce container, in comparison to the 67.5-ounce size, but the complaint for this class action alleges that it  Read more

Does Not Provide Stated Amount of Coverage or Capacity for Usage, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Beyond Meat Beyond Burger Patties

Beyond Meat Products Amount of Protein and DV% Class Action

Does Beyond Meat, Inc.’s plant-based meat-substitute products provide “equal or superior protein” to that found in real meat? The complaint for this class action says no, and brings this class action against the company, claiming its representations about the amount of protein in its meat substitute are false.  Read more

Protein Content, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Big Fish Casino Image

Big Fish Casino False Sale Prices for In-App Purchases Class Action

The gambling app games Big Fish Casino and Jackpot Magic Slots advertise discounts and sales on in-game purchases that this class action claims are illusory. The complaint brings suit against Big Fish Games, Inc., its Vice-President of Growth, and its parent company Aristocrat Leisure Limited, alleging that their sales and discounts are illusory, because they  Read more

False Reference Pricing, Deceptive Discount Offers, Deceptive Advertising
Jar of Jif Peanut Butter

Jif Peanut Butter Contaminated with Salmonella Senftenberg Class Action

Jif peanut butter products are made by the JM Smucker Company. This class action concerns Jif peanut butter products that were sold in the US in the first half of 2022, which the complaint alleges are contaminated with Salmonella Senftenberg and recalled from the market on May 20, 2022.  Read more

Strict Product Liability—Failure to Warn, Food Contamination, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising, Contamination During Preparation or Use, Contaminated with Harmful Substances, Breach of warranty

American Textile Bedsheets Inflated Thread Count Class Action

What does thread count really mean, and is it a consistent measurement? The complaint explains thread count and alleges that a Sealy sheet set from American Textile Company, Inc. falsely advertises a thread count of 1250, when the correct count is only 223.  Read more

Thread Count, Lower-Quality Item Sold as Higher Quality, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Love Good Fats Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bar

Love Good Fats Bars Saturated Fats and Health Claims Class Action

The Good Fat Co. Ltd. (GFC) makes snack products in various flavors that the complaint for this class action alleges are marketed to seem healthy. However, the complaint claims that the snacks “contain unhealthy levels of saturated fat” that can put people at increased risk of heart disease.  Read more

Fat Content, False Health Claims, Deceptive Labels, Deceptive Advertising
Bella 10-in-1 Pressure Cooker

Sensio Pressure Cookers Can Be Opened Under Pressure Class Action

Pressure cookers—as their name suggests—cook foods under pressure, at high temperatures. The complaint for this class action alleges that pressure cookers from Sensio, Inc. have “dangerously defective lid-locking assembl[ies]” that can allow consumers to open the lids while the contents are still under pressure.  Read more

Fraudulent Omission, Deceptive Advertising, Breach of warranty
Coca-Cola Rewards Code Inside Bottle Cap

Coca-Cola Bottle-Cap Codes Rewards Program Class Action

The Coca-Cola Company has been running rewards programs relating to alphanumeric codes printed inside the bottle caps of its beverages. But the rewards have changed more than once, the complaint for this class action alleges, until they are not really rewards for the purchaser at all but donations to pre-selected charities. The complaint alleges that  Read more

Negligent Misrepresentation, Fraud, Breach of warranty
Instant Pot DUO SV Pressure Cooker

Instant Brands Pressure Cookers Open Under Pressure Class Action

Instant Brands, Inc., which does business as Instant Pot Company, makes a number of pressure cookers which this class action alleges have a common problem. The complaint calls it “a dangerously defective lid-locking assembly,” which can permit the lid to open while contents are hot and under pressure, allowing the food inside to erupt and  Read more

Pressure Cooker, Defective Product, Defective Home Appliance
Jar of Jif Peanut Butter

Salmonella Found in Jif Peanut Butter Products Class Action

Jif is a leading and familiar brand of peanut butter and peanut butter products from the JM Smucker Company that has been sold in the US for many years. Unfortunately, the complaint for this class action alleges that certain Jif peanut butter products were contaminated with Salmonella and recalled from the market.  Read more

Strict Product Liability—Failure to Warn, Strict Product Liability—Defective Design, Food Contamination, Deceptive Advertising, Contamination During Preparation or Use, Contaminated with Harmful Substances, Breach of warranty