Rite Aid named in class action lawsuit over misleading labeling of private label vitamins and supplements

Rite Aid

The claims arise from the marketing and sales of certain “Rite Aid” branded vitamins, minerals, supplements, herbs, sports nutrition and other health and wellness products (collectively “Nutritional Supplements”). The Nutritional Supplements at issue are marketed, labeled, and sold with inaccurate or misleading representations and omissions on the container in violation of Federal and state of Oregon law and regulations. As alleged, containers for the Nutritional Supplements at issue falsely indicate that the contents provide a certain number of milligrams (“MGs” or “mgs”) of Nutritional Supplement per tablet, capsule, caplet, chew, or other individualized delivery method (“Unit”) and/or they contain inaccurate or misleading representations and omissions related to the total amount of milligrams of Nutritional Supplement included in the entire container.

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