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All Natural Claims

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that Drew's salad dressing products are mislabelled as "all natural," when, in fact, they contain at least one or more synthetic ingredients. 

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This class action lawsuit claims that the Kimberly-Clark Corporation falsely labeled Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes as being “natural,” “gentle,” “hypoallergenic,” and mad with the “simplest formula for a gentle clean,” when, in fact, they contain non-natural, synthetic chemical ingredients.

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The plaintiffs in this class action lawsuit allege that Ecover falsely labeled and advertised certain Method and Ecover branded products as "all natural" when, in fact, they contain synthetic ingredients.

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            This lawsuit claims that Every Man Jack products were deceptively advertised and labeled as “all-natural,” when, in fact, they contain several synthetic ingredients that are not natural or naturally derived.  Many of these ingredients are hazardous or toxic and can cause adverse reactions.

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The plaintiffs in this lawsuit claim that Blue Diamond labelled Almond Breeze and Nut Thins products as “all natural,” when they include one or more synthetic ingredient.  They also challenge the use of the ingredient “evaporated cane juice” and the use of the American Heart Association’s “Heart check-mark” and allege that products are misleadingly advertised as being heart healthy.

This lawsuit claims that Newman’s Own unlawfully, fraudulently, unfairly, and deceptively represented that its pasta sauce products are “All Natural” when they contain citric acid, a non-natural, chemically processed ingredient.

This class action lawsuit involves Pure Leaf Ice Tea's false “all-natural” claims in many of its products.

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This class action alleges that Tom’s of Maine violates state consumer protection laws by labeling its toothpaste and deodorant and other personal care products as “Natural” when in fact the products contain synthetic chemicals.

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The plaintiff in this lawsuit alleges that the Seventh Generation violated certain laws in labeling, marketing, and advertising of certain products that they claimed to be "all-natural" and "hypoallergenic."

This lawsuit alleges that Clearly Natural Essentials violates state laws by labeling certain lotions and soaps as “Natural” when in fact those products contain synthetic ingredients.

 

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