Norton Bonded Abrasive Wheels No Clear Expiration Date Class Action

Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Inc. makes, among other things, different types of bonded abrasive wheels under the brand name Norton. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the wheels have a problem: they do not clearly identify their shelf life or expiration date. This is important, the complaint alleges, because after that date, “the product  Read more

Norton Bonded Abrasive Wheel

Makita Bonded Abrasive Wheels Unclear Expiration Dates Class Action

Makita USA, Inc. makes some thirty kinds of bonded abrasive wheel products under various brand names: Bauer, Warrior, Hercules, and Chief. These wheels are used to cut metal and concrete, but the complaint for this class action alleges that these products are “unreasonably dangerous” because their expiration dates are noted in a way that the  Read more

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Cava Grain and Salad Bowls’ Packaging Contains PFAS Class Action

Consumers are concerned about harmful chemicals in food and want to choose food products that are safe and healthy. Cava Group, Inc. offers grain and salad bowls, which the complaint alleges are “unfit for human consumption” because they are sold in packaging that appears to contain per- and polyfluoralkyl substances, or PFAS.  Read more

Cava Bowl

Spice Islands, Tone’s Herbs and Spices Contain Heavy Metals Class Action

The complaint for this class action alleges that certain spices from B&G Foods, Inc. have been found to contain heavy metals. B&G makes the Spice Islands and Tone’s brands of herbs and spices, and the complaint alleges that certain of the products contain concerning levels of lead, arsenic, and cadmium.  Read more

Bottle of Spice Islands Sweet Basil

Family Dollar, Dollar Tree Distribution Center Rodent Infestation Class Action

What level of cleanliness may consumers expect when they shop at dollar stores? The complaint for this class action brings suit against Family Dollar, Inc. and its parent company, Dollar Tree, Inc., alleging that one of its warehouses suffered a rodent infestation and other unsanitary conditions yet continued to distribute goods to its stores for  Read more

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Abbott Nutrition Cronobacter and Salmonella Bacteria in Formula Class Action

On February 17, 2022, the complaint for this class action alleges, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), told consumers not to buy or use infant formulas made at a certain Sturgis, Michigan facility. The facility is owned by Abbott Laboratories, which does business as Abbott  Read more

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Generac Standby Generators May Corrode, Leak, and Cause Fires Class Action

How would you feel if you bought an item that had a dangerous defect, and the maker wanted to charge you to inspect it for this defect? That’s what the complaint for this class action alleges has happened with standby generators from Generac Power Systems, Inc. The complaint claims that the generators may develop corrosion  Read more

Generac Generator

Target Heyday Charging Cable Breaks Quickly Class Action

The Heyday Charging Cable is made to sell in Target stores, says the complaint for this class action. It is intended to be used for charging cell phones, but the complaint alleges that the materials it’s made from are substandard or inferior and result in the cable breaking and no longer serving its purpose in  Read more

Heyday Charging Cable