Yumions “Onion Snacks” Real Onion Content Multi-State Class Action

Yumions are “crunchy onion snacks,” says the front of the bag, under 7-Eleven, Inc.’s 7-Select brand. But are they truly made from onions? The complaint for this class action alleges that the “onion” representations for the snack food are “false, deceptive, and misleading[.]” Why? Because it gives reasonable consumers [the impression] that the Product contains  Read more

Bag of Yumions

Keebler Fudge Stripes and “Fudge” Content New York Class Action

The Keebler brand has a type of cookies called Fudge Stripes, which are shortbread cookies purportedly covered in fudge. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the references to “fudge” are “false, deceptive misleading, because it does not contain fudge.  Read more

Package of Keebler Fudge Stripes Cookies

Hoover “Made in USA” Vacuums’ Parts Made in Hong Kong NY Class Action

For some consumers, it’s important to buy products made in the USA. Some companies display a “Made in USA” or “Made in America” sticker or seal to attract those people. But the complaint for this class action alleges that the seal applied to Hoover vacuum cleaners by their maker, Royal Appliance Manufacturing Co., misleads consumers,  Read more

Hoover PowerDash Vacuum

Crest Gum & Enamel Repair Does Not Repair Gums, Says Class Action

Commercials have touted the ability of toothpastes or mouthwashes to help fight something called “gingivitis,” but what does that mean? The Proctor & Gamble Company makes a Crest Gum & Enamel Repair toothpaste that the complaint for this class action says “purports to repair gums and fight gingivitis.” However, the claim to repair gums, the  Read more

Box of Crest Gum & Enamel Repair

Origin, Acana Pet Food “Free-Run” Chicken Ingredients Class Action

Consumers nowadays prefer to buy from companies that raise animals humanely. Champion Petfoods USA, Inc. and Champion Petfoods, LP label some of their Orijen and Acana pet food products as being made from “free run” poultry, but the complaint for this class action alleges that they “actually are made from factory-farmed birds raised under standard  Read more

Bag of Acana Pet Food

Folgers Coffees Promise More Cups Than Delivered Class Action

When consumers buy coffee, the number of ounces in the container may not tell them much about how long it will last. More useful is the number of cups the coffee contents will make, and many coffee companies put this estimated number prominently on the container. The complaint for this class action brings suit against  Read more

Canister of Folgers Classic Roast

TRESemmé Keratin Shampoo Hair Loss and Scalp Irritation Class Action

TRESemmé Keratin Hair Smoothing Shampoo and TRESemmé Keration Smooth Color Shampoo bear on their front labels the words “Keratin Smooth” and “Keratin Smooth Color,” respectively. But this class action brings suit against the companies that make or sell this shampoo, Unilever United States, Inc. and Unilever Home & Personal Care USA, alleging that the shampoo  Read more

TRESemmé Keratin Hair Smoothing Shampoo

WaveCel Bicycle Helmets Concussion Protection Claims Class Action

In a press release, Trek Bicycle Corporation touted its Bontrager WaveCel bicycle helmets as “A major advancement in the protection against cycling-related head injuries.” The complaint alleges that the marketing and promotion of this helmet gives the impression that it can reduce the incidence of concussion better than other helmets. However, the complaint contends that  Read more

Cyclist Wearing a Bontrager WaveCel Helmet

Cel MD Cosmetic Products Deceptive Advertising Settlement

Amplify, Ltd. is choosing to settle a class action alleging that it used false, misleading, and deceptive advertising to promote its Cel MD products. The complaint’s allegations concerned hair growth, hair loss prevention, stem cells in the products, skin tightening, and other such claims. The complaint alleged that the advertising violated consumer protection laws and  Read more

Bottles of Cel MD Microstem Shampoo and Conditioner

Dove Bars “Milk Chocolate” Coating Vegetable Oil Content New York Class Action

Mars Wrigley Confectionary US, LLC makes the well-known Dove ice cream bars—but this class action takes issue with the company’s marketing of this treat. The complaint claims that the portrayal of outer layer as “milk chocolate” is deceptive and misleading because the coating contains vegetable oil—an “ingredient[] consumers do not expect in chocolate[.]”  Read more

Box of Dove Bars with Milk Chocolate Coating