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Badia Spices May Contain Arsenic, Cadmium, and Lead Class Action

Badia Spices, Inc. is a major maker of food products, including spices and seasonings, in the US. Unfortunately, the complaint for this class action alleges that Badia spices have been found to contain heavy metals, including arsenic, cadmium, and lead, at levels above those that are considered safe for children or adults. The labeling for  Read more

Badia Basil

Gerber Baby Foods Concerning Levels of Toxic Heavy Metals Class Action

The complaint for this class action quotes a Congressional Subcommittee report to assert that “baby food manufacturers and federal regulators have broken the faith” with parents who believe that baby foods are safe for their infants and small children. This class action brings suit against Gerber Products Company, alleging that Gerber’s baby foods contain concerning  Read more

The Gerber Baby

Gerber Baby Foods Contain Significant Levels of Heavy Metals Class Action

This class action alleges that Gerber Products Company offers baby foods that contain heavy metals. The complaint cites a February 4, 2021 report issued by a House of Representatives Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy, Committee on Oversight and Reform that reported that baby foods from some of the largest US manufacturers are “tainted with  Read more

The Gerber Baby

Walmart Parent’s Choice Baby Foods Contain Heavy Metals Class Action

Walmart makes a company brand of baby, infant, and toddler food called Parent’s Choice. Parents and caregivers expect baby food companies to take extra care to make sure that food for babies and small children is healthy and safe. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that Parent’s Choice baby foods have been found  Read more

Parent's Choice Baby Food Pouch

HappyFamily, HappyBaby Foods Heavy Metal Content Montana Class Action

Nurture, Inc. makes HappyFamily Organics, a line of baby food and other food products. The complaint for this class action alleges that these foods contain “high levels of arsenic, mercury, lead, cadmium, and perchlorate—all of which are known to pose significant health risks to humans, particularly infants.” To support this, it refers to a report  Read more

Happy Baby Baby Foods

Plum Organics Baby Food Heavy Metal Content Class Action

Parents are particularly protective of their babies and young children. But a House of Representatives Subcommittee Report, released in February 2021, on heavy metals found in baby foods has raised alarm. This class action brings suit against Plum, PBC, alleging that its baby foods were found to contain concerning levels of arsenic, lead, cadmium, and  Read more

Container of Plum Organics Just Peaches Product

Nurture Baby Foods Concerning Levels of Heavy Metals Class Action

Nurture, Inc. makes baby food products under the Happy Baby brand. Unfortunately, the complaint for this class action alleges that a recent report from a Congressional subcommittee cites Nurture’s baby foods as among those containing toxic heavy metals.  Read more

Happy Baby Baby Foods

Parent’s Choice Baby Foods Contain Heavy Metals Class Action

On February 4, 2021, a House Subcommittee released a report entitled, “Baby Foods Are Tainted with Dangerous Levels of Arsenic, Lead, Cadmium, and Mercury.” Walmart, Inc., among other baby food makers, had been asked to participate in testing of its Parent’s Choice products in connection with the investigation, but it had refused. The complaint quotes  Read more

Parent's Choice Blueberry Rice Rusks

Hain Celestial Heavy Metals in Baby Food Class Action

The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. makes Earth’s Best Organic baby foods, which the complaint for this class action says “are marketed as high quality baby food with a focus on wholesome ingredients.” But this is a false impression, the complaint says, because “the Baby Foods contain levels of toxic heavy metals which exceed [Food and  Read more

Earth's Best Organic Banana Raspberry Brown Rice Product

Plum Baby Food and Heavy Metal Content Class Action

Plum, PBC is a subsidiary of the Campbell Soup Company that makes baby food. The complaint for this class action alleges, “Plum’s baby food products have been shown to contain significant levels of arsenic, mercury, lead, and cadmium—all known to pose health risks to humans and particularly infants.” Plum does not warn consumers about this,  Read more

Container of Plum Organics Just Peaches Product