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Clover Valley “Honey Graham Crackers” Misleading Name Class Action

The product at issue in this class action is Clover Valley brand Honey Graham Crackers, made by Dollar General Corporation. According to the complaint, both the “graham” and the “honey” claims on the front label are misleading and cause consumers to believe that the product contains more whole grain and honey than is really included  Read more

Pile of Graham Crackers

Stop & Shop Cinnamon “Graham” Crackers New York Class Action

Ahold USA, Inc.’s Stop and Shop brand makes a product called Naturally Flavored Cinnamon Graham Crackers. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the name is misleading because the crackers’ predominant ingredient is not graham (whole wheat) flour but Enriched Wheat Flour” or white flour.  Read more

Stop & Shop Cinnamon Graham Crackers

Ralph Lauren “Pima” Cottons Contain Too Little Pima Class Action

The Ralph Lauren Corporation sells clothing that is purportedly made from a certain percentage of pima cotton. But the complaint alleges that testing reveals that the lengths of the fibers in some of the garments are significantly below the lengths that would be found if the garments were truly made of pima cotton.  Read more

Ralph Lauren Store in Naples, Florida

Jimmy Dean “Whole Grain” English Muffin Breakfast Sandwich Illinois Class Action

The Hillshire Brands Company makes a line of Jimmy Dean Delights breakfast sandwiches. The bread for these sandwiches is supposedly a whole grain English muffin, but the complaint for this class action alleges that the English muffin is made primarily of refined flour, which provides fewer nutritional benefits.  Read more

Jimmy Dean Delights English Muffin Sandwich

Morningstar Farms “Veggie” Products Mostly Grains and Oil Class Action

Morningstar Farms, a brand of the Kellogg Sales Company, makes products that are labeled as being “veggie” products, including Veggie Burgers, Veggie Dogs, Veggie Chik’n, Veggie Meal Starters, Veggitizers, and Veggie Breakfast. The complaint for this class action alleges this “veggie” representation is misleading, because, it says, “the predominant non-water ingredient in all of the  Read more

Morningstar Farms Veggie Chik'n Nuggets

Betty Crocker “Fudge” Brownie Mix Alleged Not to Contain Fudge Class Action

General Mills Sales, Inc. makes a dry mix for making brownies, under its Betty Crocker brand, that it calls “Fudge Brownie Mix.” The complaint for this class action takes issue with that name and the labeling of the product. It asserts, “The representation is misleading because it gives consumers the impression it contains a greater  Read more

Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix

San Pellegrino “Lemon & Lemon Zest” Sparkling Water Class Action

BlueTriton Brands, Inc. makes and imports sparkling mineral waters, including its San Pellegrino Essenza—Lemon & Lemon Zest drink. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the product is misleadingly labeled and gives the impression that it contains more lemon than it does.  Read more

San Pellegrino Lemon & Lemon Zest Sparkling Water

Entenmann’s Chocolate “Fudge” Iced Cake No Real Fudge Icing Class Action

What is fudge? And does Entenmann’s Chocolate Fudge Iced Cake really have fudge icing? The complaint for this class action alleges that Bimbo Bakeries USA, Inc., the company that makes Entenmann’s products, does not make the icing with fudge, or makes it with less fudge than consumers expect from the labeling.  Read more

Entenmann’s Chocolate Fudge Iced Cake

Frosted Chocolate “Fudge” Pop Tarts Not Real Fudge Class Action

Kellogg Sales Company makes Pop Tarts toaster pastries in many different flavors. This class action concerns the Frosted Chocolate Fudge variety. The complaint alleges that the type of fat is an essential point in designating a candy as “fudge” and claims that the Pop Tarts at issue do not contain fudge, or do not contain  Read more

Box of Frosted Chocolate Fudge Pop Tarts

Smucker’s Uncrustables Peanut Butter Sandwiches Protein California Class Action

The J.M. Smucker Company makes what it calls Uncrustable Sandwiches. At issue in this class action is its Peanut Butter & Strawberry Uncrustable Sandwich product, which it represents on the front label as having 6 grams of protein per serving. But the complaint alleges that it contains less protein, and that protein is in a  Read more

Smuckers Uncrustables PB & Strawberry Jam Sandwiches