Ancient Organics Ghee Saturated Fat and Labeling Class Action

Ancient Organics, LLC makes a ghee product, where the label on the back of the jar says, in big letters, “Eat Good Fat.” The complaint for this class action alleges that the side labels make other claims for the healthy nature of the product, but do not tell the whole story because, it says, they  Read more

Jar of Ancient Organics Ghee with Front and Back Labels

Love Good Fats Bars Saturated Fats and Health Claims Class Action

The Good Fat Co. Ltd. (GFC) makes snack products in various flavors that the complaint for this class action alleges are marketed to seem healthy. However, the complaint claims that the snacks “contain unhealthy levels of saturated fat” that can put people at increased risk of heart disease.  Read more

Love Good Fats Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bar

Too Much Sugar in Happy Baby, Happy Tot “Healthy” Snacks California Class Action

What makes a food product healthy or unhealthy? The complaint for this class action alleges that Nurture, Inc., which does business as Happy Family Brands, states or implies that some of its baby and toddler foods are “healthy,” but that at least some of these products are not healthy because they contain “high amounts of  Read more

Happy Baby Organic Greek Yogis

GoodBelly Probiotic JuiceDrinks “Healthy” Advertising California Class Action

GoodBelly Probiotic JuiceDrinks, made by NextFoods, Inc., claim to promote “overall health,” “overall wellness,” and “digestive health.” But the complaint for this class action alleges that these statements are false and misleading, because the drinks’ high sugar content increases the risk of contracting a number of diseases and also is associate with “increased all-cause mortality.”  Read more

GoodBelly Probiotic Tropical Green Drink

Nature’s Way Coconut Oil Product Claims Settlement

Nature’s Way Products, LLC and Schwabe North America, Inc. are paying $1.85 million to settle a class action alleging that it advertised its Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and Liquid Coconut Oil in ways that are deceptive. The complaint says the company violated California laws, including the Unfair Competition Law, False Advertising Law, and Consumers Legal  Read more

Kellogg Health Claims for Cereals and Bars New York Class Action

The complaint begins with strong line: “The scientific evidence is compelling: Excessive consumption of added sugar is toxic to the human body.” The allegations? That Kellogg Sales Company adds sugar to its products but markets them as being healthy choices.  Read more

Box of Kellogg's Smart Start Cereal

CVS Health Glucosamine Products Deceptive Advertising Class Action

Do CVS’s joint health glucosamine products work? This class action says no. The complaint alleges that the primary ingredients, including glucosamine or glucosamine in combination with other substances, such as chondroitin sulfate or MSM, do not improve joint health, range of movement, stiffness, or other conditions.   Read more

Container of CVS Health Glucosamine Product

Barlean’s Coconut Oil False Advertising Claims Class Action

Even one high-fat meal made with coconut oil can reduce healthy body functioning, the complaint for this class action claims. Even so, the complaint alleges, Barlean’s Organic Oils, LLC markets its coconut oil as if it were healthy, when it is actually a less healthy fat choice. At issue are three Barlean’s products, its Organic  Read more

Container of Barlean's Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

Tropicana “Essential Probiotics” Fruit Drinks Misrepresentation Class Action

Does taking probiotics make you healthier? Is juice an appropriate way to take in probiotics? The complaint for this class action says no, taking issue with Tropicana Products, Inc.’s product line of “Essential Probiotics” fruit juices.  Read more

Two Sizes of Tropicana's "Essential Probiotics" Juice

Jamba Juice Smoothies False “Whole Fruit and Vegetables” Claims Class Action

Jamba Juice has over 800 retail locations in the US, but are consumers buying their smoothies because they’ve been misled about their contents? The complaint for this class action alleges that the company’s advertising is blatantly false, promising “whole” ingredients when the drinks are actually made from juices, concentrates, and other not-so-healthy ingredients.  Read more

Three Jamba Juice Smoothies