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Blue Diamond "Natural" Labeling Misrepresentation

samantha severyn

Blue Diamond growers deceptively advertised certain Almond Breeze and Nut Thins Products as “natural” or “all natural” even though some ingredients are synthetic. Blue Diamond mislead consumers into buying their products under false statements.

If you purchased certain Blue Diamond Almond Breeze and/or Nut Thins products between the dates of May 28, 2009 and November 18, 2016, you may be entitled to a cash payment from this class action settlement.

Blue Diamond denies any wrongdoing and stands by its advertising. However, the company has agreed to settle the false advertising class action lawsuit to avoid the burden and expense of trial. Under the terms of the proposed class action settlement, Blue Diamond will pay up to $9 million to resolve the litigation. Additionally, Blue Diamond has agreed to re label their products to better represent their nature.

Potential award: Up to $20. 

The amount each claimant receives with depend on the number of products purchased and if proof of receipt is provided.

Those without receipts will receive $1 per unit of a max of up to 5 units for both Almond Breeze and Nut Thins.

Those with receipts will receive $1 per unit of a max of up to 10 units for both Almond Breeze and Nut Thins.

 

Deadline to File a Claim: 4/13/17