Barilla named in class action lawsuit over claims its products are fee of preservatives

Barilla America


The complaint on behalf of a nation-wide class of consumers claims Barilla falsely advertises certain products as having “No Preservatives” despite the fact that they contain citric acid which is being used as a preservative.

As claimed, Defendant misleadingly, illegally, and deceptively seek to capitalize on consumers’ increased interest in more nutritious foods free of additives and willingness to pay more for products perceived to meet this preference.

Products include

Barilla® Marinara Sauce

Barilla® Tomato Basil Sauce

Barilla® Mushroom Sauce

Barilla® Spicy Marinara Sauce

Barilla® Roasted Garlic Sauce

Barilla® Sweet Peppers Sauce

Barilla® Traditional Sauce

Barilla® Chunky Traditional Sauce

Barilla® Tuscan Herb Sauce


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