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This is one of a number of class actions filed in the past year or so challenging the flavor designation of certain ice creams as “vanilla.” Laws on the flavoring and labeling of ice creams are different than for the flavoring and labeling of other foods. This class action brings suit against Walmart, Inc. for its Great Value brand Vanilla Bean ice cream.
This is one more in a line of class actions challenging the designation of certain ice creams as “vanilla.” Casper’s Ice Cream, Inc. claims that its FatBoy brand ice cream sandwiches contain vanilla ice cream, but this complaint claims that this is improper based on the labeling rules for ice cream.
Lately, a number of class actions have taken issue with the labeling of ice cream, almondmilk, and soymilk products as “vanilla,” claiming that the labeling does not meet federal requirements and gives consumers a false impression. This is another such case, this time making these allegations against Westbrae Natural, Inc. and its Westsoy Organic Unsweetened Vanilla Soymilk.
Whole Foods Market Group, Inc. owns the 365 Everyday Value Brand. Earlier this month, a class action was filed challenging the “vanilla” designation of some of its almondmilk products. This class action makes similar allegations about the “vanilla” designation of some of its soymilk products.
At issue in this class action are Raze energy drinks, made by Repp Sports, LLC. The complaint alleges that the company advertises the drinks as containing certain substances that promote focus and recovery, but that these substances are undetectable in lab tests of the drinks.
A number of class actions have been filed recently taking issue with the designation of certain ice creams as “vanilla.” The complaint for this class action claims that Annie’s Homegrown, Inc. sells mini ice cream sandwiches that should not be designated as containing “vanilla” ice cream.
Moran Foods, LLC has a chain of Save-A-Lot grocery stores that sell, among other things, Crown Creamery and World’s Fair brand ice cream. The complaint for this class action takes issue with the designation of certain of these ice creams as “vanilla ice cream,” alleging that the ingredients make this a deceptive designation.
A number of class actions have been filed recently about the use of “vanilla” as a flavor designation for various ice creams. “Vanilla” almondmilks then came under question, and now it’s “vanilla” soymilk. The complaint for this class action alleges that WWF Operating Company, LLC misleadingly designates certain of its Silk brand soymilks as “vanilla.”
Lately, a rash of class actions have taken issue with purportedly “vanilla” ice creams. This is one of a more recent group that questions the designations of purportedly “vanilla” almondmilk products. In this case, the brand is Friendly Farms and the maker is Aldi, Inc.
AriZona Green Tea with Ginseng and Honey is a popular product that its makers claim is “America’s best-selling green tea.” The ginseng is supposed to provide energy. However, the complaint for this class action alleges that it does not contain “any detectible amounts of ginseng[.]” It brings suit against the companies involved—Beverage Marketing USA, Inc., Honell Brewing Co., Inc., and various AriZona companies.