Mrs. Smith Frozen Apple Pie Contains Little “Real Butter” Class Action

The complaint for this class action spends a great deal of time explaining why pie crusts made with butter are superior to those made with vegetable oils. This is because the point of the class action is to bring suit about a Schwan’s Consumer Brands, Inc. product, Mrs. Smith’s frozen apple pie, which is marketed  Read more

Mrs. Smith’s Frozen Apple Pie

Orchard Apple Nantucket Nectar PFAS in Packaging Class Action

This class action, like a number of others recently, has taken up the topic of per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS) in packaging. Specifically, it brings suit against Keurig Dr Pepper, Inc. for its Orchard Apple Nantucket Nectar drink, claiming that the drink’s packaging, which “is essential and integral to delivering the Product to the consuming  Read more

Orchard Apple Nantucket Nectar drink

Rebbl Plant Powered Elixir Drinks Protein Claims Class Action

Rebbl, Inc. makes Plant Powered Elixir beverages which claim on the packaging to provide “16g protein.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that Rebbl misleads consumers with this claim, because the packaging does not also provide certain information that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires for products making protein claims.  Read more

Rebbl Dark Chocolate Plant Powered Elixir

Seresto Flea and Tick Collar Reports of Sickness and Death Class Action

Since Seresto flea and tick collars first appeared, the complaint for this class action alleges, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has collected reports of roughly 2,500 pet deaths and more than 98,000 other incidents linked to the collars. This class action, against Bayer Healthcare, LLC, Bayer Corporation, and Elanco Animal Health, Inc., claims that the  Read more

Seresto Collar in Its Packaging

Coppertone Spray Sunscreen Benzene Content Settlement

Bayer Healthcare, LLC and Beiersdorf, Inc. are spending $2.3 million to settle a class action alleging that misrepresentation and false labeling for certain Coppertone spray sunscreen products. The complaint alleged that benzene has been found in certain of the sunscreens and that the packaging and labeling for the products did not disclose this.  Read more

Coppertone Pure & Simple SPF 50 Spray

Galaxy Phones Throttle Performance for Many Apps California Class Action

Before plaintiff Shakira Martin gave up her Apple phone to buy a Samsung Galaxy S21, she researched the device and got the impression that it had faster speed and superior performance. But soon after buying it, she noticed it was not working as fast as she expected. The complaint for this class action alleges that  Read more

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

ColourPop Eyeshadows and Eyeliners Prohibited Ingredients Class Action

ColourPop Cosmetics, LLC makes eyeshadows and eyeliners that the complaint for this class action alleges sometimes contain harmful color ingredients. These ingredients, the complaint alleges, are not permitted for use around the eye by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).  Read more

ColourPop Eyeshadow Palettes

Kellogg Whole Wheat in “Harvest Wheat” Toasteds Crackers Class Action

Kellogg Sales Company makes a kind of cracker under its Kellogg’s Toasteds Crackers called Harvest Wheat. The complaint alleges that that the labeling and appearance of the crackers misleads consumers about the proportion of whole grains and the amount of fiber in the product. Two classes have been defined for this action: The Illinois Class  Read more

Kellogg Harvest Wheat Toasteds

Bigs Chile Limón Flavor Sunflower Seeds Labeling Class Action

Consumers nowadays tend to avoid artificial flavors, making accurate labeling important. This class action sues Conagra Brands, Inc. for their Bigs brand sunflower seeds with a Chile Limón flavor, alleging that the front label of the product does not reveal that it contains an artificial flavor in the form of DL-malic acid.  Read more

Bigs Chile Limón Flavor Sunflower Seeds

Fanta “Naturally Flavored” Dragon Fruit Soda Contains Synthetic Class Action

Consumers are more and more likely to prefer foods and drinks without synthetic ingredients, and companies are more and more likely to offer foods labeled as being “natural.” The complaint for this class action brings suit against the Coca-Cola Company for its Fanta dragon fruit-flavored soda, which is labeled as having “100% Natural Flavors.” The  Read more

Fanta Dragon Fruit Soda