Class Action

Labrada Nutrition’s Garcinia Cambogia

Class Action

Labrada Nutrition’s Garcinia Cambogia

After the parties agreed to dismiss a lawsuit against Labrada Nutritional Systems, a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in February 2014. The complaint – which was originally filed in 2013 – alleged that the company represented that each capsule of Garcinia Cambogia (a dietary supplement) contained a specific concentration of hydroxycitric acid (HCA) when, according to the plaintiffs, each capsule only contains 60% of the promised concentration of HCA. The lawsuit was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled.. The reasons the parties agreed to dismiss the lawsuit could not be determined. (Hoffman et al v. Labrada Nutritional Systems, Inc., Case No. 13-cv-07569, D. NJ.).

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