General Mills, maker of Annie’s Homegrown salad dressings named in class action for falsely claiming product is natural

General Mills


This case arises out of Defendants’ deceptive, unfair, and false practices regarding their marketing of their Annie’s Naturals® salad dressings (the “Products”). As alleged, Defendants intentionally and conspicuously represent that the Products are “Natural.” The products further recite on the front bottom: “No artificial flavors, synthetic colors or synthetic preservatives.” The reasonable consumer would think, as did the Plaintiff, that the Products are “all Natural.” The Products, however, are not “all Natural” because they contain Xanthan Gum, a “Synthetic Ingredient.”


Amy C. said
336 days ago
Accurate and clear Ingredient labwling is a health imperatibe and very inportamt

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