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Homeopathic Medicines Are Highly Diluted

This class action alleges that certain of NatraBio’s homeopathic products are falsely advertised and deceptively labeled and that they do not work as advertised.

Kettle Brand TIAS Tortilla Chips

A class action lawsuit was filed on January 9, 2014 against Diamond Foods alleging that five varieties of its Kettle Brand TIAS Tortilla Chips are “All Natural,” while in reality they contain unnatural, synthetic, and artificial ingredients, including maltodextrin and dextrose. The product varieties’s label displays prominently “All Natural” on the front packaging of the products, when they clearly contain unnatural ingredients.

That's How We Roll Dippin' Chips

Two months after a class action suit was filed, the plaintiff dismissed the case. David Scarola of Florida had issued a class action against That’s How We Roll, LLC, of Delaware. The suit alleged that the snack company, which makes Party’Tizers™ branded chips, knowingly and falsely marketed its products as “all-natural” in violation of consumer protection laws.

JAG Specialty Foods Angonoa's Breadsticks

JAG Speciality Foods makes breadsticks. This lawsuit alleges that JAG Specialties violated consumer protection laws by claiming that its bread sticks were “All Natural” while at the same time those breadsticks contained corn syrup and soybean oil, two highly synthesized ingredients.

Kraft "Natural" Cheese

In May 2014, with an amended complaint filed November 2014, California residents C.M. and M.G.

This lawsuit alleges that Stevia In The Raw® is marketed as one hundred percent natural when in fact, Stevia contains dextrose and maltodextrin, two highly processed chemicals. These substances are created when genetically modified corn is converted into food starch, and then mixed with enzymes.

This lawsuit alleges Hain Celestial Group violated state consumer protection laws by marketing certain frozen waffles under the Earth's Best brand name as “all natural” when in fact those products contained sodium acid pyrophosphate (“SAPP”).

This class action alleges that Fullbar claims that its protein bars are “100% Natural” and “All Natural,” yet the protein bars contain Maltodextrin (a synthetic chemical) and also contain GMO derived ingredients.

Safeway Open Nature 100% Natural Store Brand Logo

This lawsuit alleges Safeway violated state consumer protection laws when it marketed certain waffles under the Open Nature brand as “100% Natural” when in fact those products contained sodium acid pyrophosphate (“SAPP”).

This case alleged that Van’s "violated consumer protection laws when it labeled certain products as 'all natural'".  Many of its products contain Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (SAPP) and the allegations are that food products can not be labeled as "all natural" when those products contain SAPP.