L’il Critters and Vitafusion “Complete” Multivitamin Investigation

Do you or members of your family take vitamins to provide all the essential nutrients your body needs? Did you buy L’il Critters Multivitamins, Vitafusion Women’s Complete Multivitamins, or Vitafusion Men’s Complete Multivitamins because the advertising claimed they are “complete” and provide “essential” nutrients?  Read more

Bottle of Vitafusion Women's Complete Multivitamin

Trader Joe’s Underfilled Tuna Cans Settlement

Trader Joe’s is settling a class action alleging that it underfilled cans of tuna it sold. The complaint claimed that the cans held less tuna than the marked amount. The company will pay $1.3 million to resolve this lawsuit.  Read more

Three Varieties of Trader Joe's Albacore Tuna

CBD American Shaman Products Heavy Metal and Mold Tests Class Action

CBD products are becoming widely available, but as yet there are no standards or standardized testing for them for strength or purity. This class action brings suit against CBD American Shaman, LLC for its claims that its CBD products are “all natural” and have “no heavy metals or insecticides,” which the complaint alleges are false.  Read more

CBD American Shaman Name and Logo

Premarin, Prempro, Premphase California Settlement

Wyeth, Inc. and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is settling a class action against it with a $200 million payment. The complaint alleged that Wyeth violated California laws by making false or misleading representations about the drugs Premarin, Prempro, and Premphase, including (a) that the medications lowered cardiovascular, Alzheimer’s, and dementia risks, and (b) that the medications  Read more

Premarin Box and Pill Blister Pack

Califia Farms Non-Dairy and Coffee Drink Settlement

Califia Farms, a maker of dairy-alternative drinks, is settling a class action on the marketing and labeling of some of its products, including dairy-alternative milk, cold brew coffee, non-dairy creamer, yogurt and/or yogurt drinks. The complaint alleged that Califia made false or misleading claims about vanilla, carrageenan, chocolate, nuts, or other colors or flavors.  Read more

Row of Califia Farms Non-Dairy Drinks

Breyers “Natural Vanilla” Ice Cream Labeling California Class Action

This class action sues Unilever United States, Inc. over the labeling of its Breyers Natural Vanilla Ice Cream. The complaint alleges that the company markets the product misleadingly, suggesting to consumers that it is flavored only by the vanilla plant. The complaint claims this is false because, it says, “much of the vanilla flavor comes  Read more

Carton of Breyers Natural Vanilla Ice Cream

Hal’s New York “Lemon” or “Lime” Seltzer NY and NJ Class Action

Carbonated or seltzer water beverages flavored with a small amount of fruit juice are popular supermarket items. Consumers expect such drinks to be flavored with fruit juice, the complaint for this class action contends. It alleges that Big Geyser, Inc.’s Hal’s New York lemon and lime seltzers are deceptive and misleading because they are not,  Read more

Bottle of Hal's Lime Seltzer

Evenflo Big Kid Booster Seat Deceptive Marketing Class Action

This class action is one of a number against Evenflo Company, Inc. for its Big Kid Booster Seat, which was sold to some 18 million customers for the safety of their children. The complaint alleges that Evenflo wrongly claimed the seats were for children as light as thirty pounds and made false or misleading claims  Read more

Child Test Dummy After Side Impact Crash

Palmer’s Products Against Stretch Marks Class Action

The complaint for this class action claims that ET Browne Drug Company sells three preparations that it markets as being able to prevent or reduce stretch marks. According to the complaint the products, or the ingredients in them, have been shown to be ineffective in various studies, but the company still markets the products with  Read more

Bottle of Palmer's Massage Lotion for Stretch Marks

Robert Irvine’s Fit Crunch Protein Bars Hiding Sugar New York Class Action

The complaint for this class action refers to a section of the Code of Federal Regulations when it says, “Consumers expect ingredients on a product to be declared by their common or usual name that describes their basic source, function and properties.” At issue is Pervine Foods, LLC listing of “Evaporated Cane Juice” instead of  Read more

Robert Irvine Fit Crunch Cookies and Cream Whey Protein Bar