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Target “Oil-Free” Facial Products Contain Oils Class Action

Up & Up Oil-Free cosmetic products are made and sold by Target Corporation. But are the products free of all oils and oil-inclusive substances? The complaint for this class action says no, alleging that Target is charging a premium price for the products yet still including oil or oil-inclusive ingredients.  Read more

Up & Up Oil-Free Acne Wash

Clinique “Oil-Free” Products Oil Content Class Action

Clinique Laboratories, LLC makes skincare products under the Clinique brand, including a number of products which are advertised and labeled as being oil-free. The complaint for this class action alleges that this claim is “false and misleading” because the products contain various oils.  Read more

Clinique Beyond Perfection Foundation + Concealer

Diamond Pet Foods “Grain-Free” Products Settlement

This settlement resolves three class actions against Schell & Kampeter, which does business as Diamond Pet Foods about some of its products, which were labeled and marketed as being grain-free. The complaints alleged that lab tests had found grain in the products and that the company had violated state laws on labeling and marketing. The  Read more

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Fluval “Vegetarian” Fish Food Contains Seafood Class Action

Consumers are paying increased attention to food ingredients—not only those in their own food but those in the food of their pets as well. Rolf C. Hagen (USA) Corporation makes Fluval brand fish food that it advertises as vegetarian, but the complaint for this class action alleges that the vegetarian labeling is deceptive because the  Read more

Fluval Vegetarian Fish Flakes

Canidae Pet Food Ingredients Settlement

This settlement resolves a class action against Canidae Corporation, about some of its pet food products. The complaint alleged that some of the products’ marketing and labeling had violated state laws and consumer protection statutes by creating the impression that they were free from any detectable levels of chicken or soy. However, the complaint claimed  Read more

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Manna Pro Products Rabbit Food Corn Content Settlement

Manna Pro Products, LLC will provide a settlement fund of $62,500 in customer refunds and an additional amount for other fees and costs in order to settle a class action about its Select Series Pro Formula Rabbit Food. According to the complaint, the company claimed that the rabbit food did not contain corn, but certain  Read more

Manna Pro Select Series Pro Formula Rabbit Food

Beck’s Non-Alcoholic Beer Contains Alcohol California Class Action

When you buy non-alcoholic beer, do you expect it to contain alcohol? No, says the complaint for this class action—yet, it alleges, Beck’s Non-Alcoholic Beer does. The class action brings suit against Anheuser-Busch InBev Worldwide, Inc., the company that makes the beer, for false and misleading advertising.  Read more

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Maybelline, L’Oreal Paris “Oil-Free” Face Products Contain Oil Class Action

Maybelline, LLC is a subsidiary of L’Oreal USA Products, Inc.; L’Oreal Paris is another L’Oreal brand. Both the Maybelline and L’Oreal Paris brands offer face make-up products that are labeled as being “oil-free.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that certain of these products, contrary to this labeling, do in fact contain oils.  Read more

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CeraVe “Oil-Free” Moisturizing Lotions Contain Oil Class Action

CeraVe, LLC is a subsidiary of L’Oreal USA Products, Inc. that offers skincare products as being “oil-free.” However, the complaint for this class action alleges that certain of these skincare products—contrary to their labeling—do in fact contain oils.  Read more

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Kirkland Nature’s Domain Dog Foods Improper Labeling Class Action

Dogs, like human beings, can have allergic reactions to certain foods. Dog foods nowadays may be advertised as excluding certain ingredients, such as wheat, which may cause allergic reactions or may be used as an inexpensive filler. The complaint for this class action brings suit against Diamond Pet Foods, Inc. and Costco Wholesale Corporation, which  Read more

Bag of Kirkland Nature's Domain Dog Food