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Drew’s Salad Dressing Mislabeling Settlement

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The lawsuit over Drew’s “all natural” salad dressings began in 2016 when the plaintiff in the case claimed Drew’s salad dressing contained the synthetic ingredients citric acid and/or xanthan gum.

Drew’s denies these allegations, however, has decided to settle this lawsuit to avoid the expenses of an uncertain trial.

Class Members of Drew’s class action settlement include anyone who purchased the below covered Drew’s All Natural Salad Dressings and/or Quick Marinades for personal use between June 15, 2011, and Feb. 15, 2017.

The Drew’s products covered by this class action settlement include 12-ounce bottles of the following Drew’s salad dressings and marinades:

  • Chipotle Ranch
  • Creamy Buttermilk Ranch
  • Greek Olive
  • Honey Mustard
  • Lemon Tahini Goddess
  • Poppy Seed
  • Raspberry
  • Roasted Garlic & Peppercorn
  • Romano Caesar
  • Rosemary Balsamic
  • Sesame Orange
  • Shiitake Ginger
  • Smoked Tomato
  • Soy Ginger
  • Thai Sesame Lime
  • Thousand Island

 

Proof of purchase is not required; However, Class Members who do not provide proof of purchase are limited to a maximum recovery of $1.50 per household, while those who do submit proof of purchase may claim up to $10 per household.

 

Deadline to File a Claim: 7/15/17

 

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Gherson Tovar v. Drew’s LLC, Case No. 16-L-313, in the Circuit Court of St. Clair County, Illinois