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Keurig Green Mountain Plastic Coffee Pods

Class Action

Keurig Green Mountain Plastic Coffee Pods

February 2022: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a proposed settlement agreement.

November 2020: The Court of Appeals denied the petition for permission to appeal the class certification order.

October 2020: Keurig Green Mountain filed a petition for permission to appeal the decision to certify a class. (Case No. 20-80139, 9th Cir.)

September 2020: A federal judge certified a class of California purchasers.

November 2018: The lawsuit was transferred to federal court. (Case No. 18-cv-6690, N.D. Cal.)

September 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Keurig Green Mountain for allegedly deceptively marketing plastic single serve coffee pods as recyclable when, according to plaintiffs, the pods cannot be recycled and end up in landfills because the recycling facilities cannot separate the pods from the general waste due to their small size. (Smith et al v. Keurig Green Mountain, Inc., Case No. RG18922722, California State Court – Alameda County)


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The Recyclability of Keurig Green Mountain Coffee Pods

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The Recyclability of Keurig Green Mountain Coffee Pods

In September 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Keurig Green Mountain for allegedly misleadingly marketing that its single-serve plastic coffee pods are recyclable when, according to plaintiffs, such claims…


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