Poland Spring Sparkling Raspberry Lime Water New York Class Action

What is the source of flavoring in Poland Spring’s Sparkling water “with a Twist of Raspberry [and] Lime”? The complaint for this class action brings suit against Nestle Waters North America, Inc., the maker, alleging that the labeling of the product is deceptive because the flavor of the water is not derived primarily from raspberries  Read more

Bottles of Poland Spring Sparkling Raspberry Lime Water

Emergen-C Gummies Deceptive Dosage Labeling Class Action

Alacer Corp. makes the most popular brand of Vitamin C in the US, Emergen-C. The complaint alleges that these Immune Support Vitamin C gummies and misleadingly labeled, so that consumers get only about a third of what they believe they’re paying for.  Read more

Bottle of Emergen-C Gummies

Amount of SAM-e in Supplements Investigation

Do you take SAM-e supplements? Unfortunately, the amounts of SAM-e found in a number of brands of SAM-d supplements may not always be as much as the label says—sometimes as little as 12 to 18%.   Read more

Bottle of aSquared Nutrition SAM-e

Atkins Shakes: Do They Deliver on Their Promises?

Can a bottled drink really replace a meal? How healthy and nutritious are Atkins Shakes?   Read more

Four-Pack of Atkins Chocolate Shakes

CBD Gummies and Oils Actual Vs. Advertised CBD Content Investigation

Products containing CBD (cannabidiol) are becoming popular. For example, some people say that a drop of oil or a gummy candy infused with CBD alleviates anxiety. But the industry is not federally-regulated, and some companies are taking advantage of that. Many products do not contain nearly as much CBD as promised, and some contain none  Read more

Gummy Candies Spilling from the Mouth of a Jar

Premier Nutrition Corporation Protein Shake Settlement

Premier Nutrition Corporation is putting up $9 million to settle a class action alleging that it made false and misleading statements about its Protein Ready-to-Drink Shake products. The complaint claimed that the shakes do not contain as much protein as their product labeling says.  Read more

Roundup Weed Killer Insufficient Amount of Product Settlement

Monsanto is settling a class action about its Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Concentrate Plus or Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate. The class action that the advertising for the products claimed they made more spray solution than they were actually capable of making, violating false advertising laws and breaching warranties. The affected products  Read more

Nature’s Science Garcinia Cambogia Ineffective Weight Loss Class Action

Wellnx Life Sciences makes high claims for its Nature’s Science “100% Pure Garcinia Cambogia” weigh loss product. Unfortunately, the complaint for this class action alleges that the product is not effective for weight loss and does not contain the amount of active ingredient hydroxyxitric acid (HCA) advertised, in violation of a number of state and  Read more

Nutraceutical Corp Degraded Vitamin B12 Supplements Class Action

The Nutraceutical Corporation does business under a number of brand names and makes a liquid vitamin B12 supplement in the form of methylcobalamin (MeCO), as well as a number of similar products. The complaint claims that MeCO may be less stable than other forms of vitamin B12, but that the company chooses it because consumers  Read more

St. John’s Wort False Labeling Investigation

St. John’s wort is known as a medicinal herb that can relieve depression. The National Institutes of Health’s website says a group of 29 studies showed that it may be “as effective as standard prescription antidepressants for major depression of mild to moderate severity.” The active ingredient in this plant is hypericin, and studies have  Read more