Consumers take a bite out of food manufacturers in September collective actions

Consumers take a bite out of food manufacturers in September collective actions

Overview of food class suit suits:

  • From: Consumers filed class-action lawsuits this month against food companies including Coca-Cola, Schwan’s, ConAgra and Kellogg.
  • Why: Complaints revolve around false advertising claims.
  • where: Food class procedures are nationally.

Consumers have been keeping an eye on what’s going on in their kitchen cabinets and pantries this month with complaints against food manufacturers including Coca-Cola, Schwan’s, Kellogg and ConAgra.

Class action lawsuits against food companies generally revolve around false advertising claims with serving size quantities and ingredients topping the list of consumer complaints.

Xuan has been accused of misleading consumers about the butter content of Mrs. Smith’s frozen apple pies

Schwan’s was one of the food manufacturers accused of false advertising this month with a consumer arguing with the company. Misleads customers about butter content From Mrs. Smith’s Frozen Apple Pies.

The consumer argues that by the statements on the front packaging of the product, Schwan erroneously represents that butter is the main ingredient for reducing frozen apple pies when it is actually palm oil.

Furthermore, the consumer claims that the amount of butter in Mrs. Smith’s frozen apple pies is “negligible” and that the product contains even more water, soybean oil and salt.

Schwann is accused of charging a higher price for Mrs. Smith’s frozen apple pies than she would otherwise have done because of her alleged misrepresentations about their total butter content.

Coca-Cola is facing allegations that it misleads consumers into believing that Fanta has a natural flavor of dragon fruit.

Coca-Cola also faced false advertising claims this month by a consumer arguing the company misleads consumers It is through marketing that Fanta Dragon Fruit Flavor is made entirely from all natural flavors.

The consumer behind the complaint says that Coca-Cola’s Dragon Fruit Fanta Flavor contains DL-Malic acid, which they claim is a synthetic ingredient used to mimic the flavor of dragon fruit.

“Unbeknownst to consumers, the ingredient list does not reveal that this malic acid is a synthetic ingredient that imparts a dragon fruit flavor to the product,” according to the Coca-Cola Collection.

Coca-Cola is accused of selling Fanta’s dragon fruit flavor at a higher price and volume than it would have been if consumers knew that the soda doesn’t actually contain all natural flavors.

ConAgra accused of false advertising Log Cabin pie mix, Bigs Chile Limsunflower seeds

In other news about food class action, consumers filed class-action lawsuits against ConAgra this month, meanwhile, over claims revolving around the way it markets its Log Cabin brand pie mix and Bigs Brand Chile Limón sunflower seeds.

In the case of Log Cabin’s brand pancake mix, the consumer argued that ConAgra had mistakenly advertised the product as a good, natural source of fiber.

The consumer behind the class action claims Log Cabin’ pancake mix It can’t be normal Because it contains sodium bicarbonate, also known as baking soda, which they claim is not made in a natural process.

ConAgra is also accused of falsely advertising that pancake mix is ​​a good source of fiber with the consumer claiming that the product contains only 1 gram of fiber per serving, and claiming that it isn’t enough to justify the claim.

The consumer behind the class action lawsuit over Chili Lim in ConagraMeanwhile, sunflower seeds claim that the company misleads consumers Believing that the product does not contain artificial flavors.

ConAgra has been accused of using images of fresh lemons with a red background of chili peppers on the product label to make consumers think it’s made with natural ingredients and derives their flavour.

The consumer argues that the product actually contains the synthetic ingredient DL-Malic Acid instead of the naturally occurring L-Malic acid.

ConAgra also overcame false advertising allegations this month, as a federal judge in Illinois threw out a complaint alleging the company deceived consumers into believing it. Snackpack pudding made with real milk.

The consumer behind the class action argued that ConAgra was deceptive because the “Made With Real Milk” pudding products actually contained skim milk.

However, the judge overseeing the complaint ruled that the consumer had failed to demonstrate that ConAgra was fraudulent or that a reasonable consumer would have taken the “Made With Real Milk” label meaning it contained whole milk.

Kellogg has been accused of exaggerating the amount of whole grain in her toasted wheat harvest crackers

Kellogg was also hit with a class action lawsuit this month over allegations that the company falsely states that Harvest Wheat Toasteds It has a higher total percentage of whole grains than they are already doing.

The consumer behind the class action says the Kellogg Company misleads consumers by labeling it “wheat harvest” and packing it in a sepia box with pictures of crackers that have bits of grain visible on it.

Consumers argue that Kellogg’s Harvest Wheat Toasteds contain a “negligible” amount of whole grains when compared to the amount of refined grains the product contains.

Also this month, Kellogg beat out separate allegations that she misleadingly named Some of Morningstar Farms’ meatless products are labeled “vegetable,” which has led consumers to believe they are made primarily or entirely from vegetables.

The judge overseeing the complaint ruled that Kellogg used the term “vegan” vaguely and that it was not false, misleading, or something that would constitute brand abuse.

Kashi earns a partial rejection of claims that she misrepresents the amount of strawberries in her strawberry breakfast bars

Kashi, another food brand, was able to register at least a partial dismissal of a class action lawsuit with a federal judge in Illinois cutting several allegations from a complaint alleging that the company misrepresented the ingredients for its “Ripe Strawberry” soft-baked breakfast bars.

A consumer stands behind the lawsuit that Kashi accused of committing a crime Twist the actual amount of strawberries Strawberry breakfast bars contain allegedly misleading packaging.

The judge supervising the complaint dismissed the allegations of breach of warranty, misrepresentation, negligence, and common law fraud from the complaint.

Have you purchased a food product that you think has been incorrectly advertised? Let us know in the comments!

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