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Nature’s Path Foods Frosted Wildberry Acai Toaster Pastry

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Nature’s Path Foods Frosted Wildberry Acai Toaster Pastry

In May 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Nature’s Path Foods USA Inc. for allegedly misleadingly advertising that its Frosted Wildberry Acai Toaster Pastries contain more acai berries than other fruit ingredients when, according to the complaint, several other fruit ingredients are present in larger amounts than acai berries. In addition, the complaint claims that the company misleadingly markets that the pastries contain “real fruit” ingredients when, according to plaintiffs, the fruit ingredients in the pastries are processed and present in purée and powder forms. Plaintiffs also claim that the marketing for the pastries misleadingly implies that the pastries contain enough acai berries to give the pastries flavor and other attributes (such as being a source of antioxidants and improving cognitive and bodily health) when, according to the complaint, the pastries do not provide benefits associated with acai berries. (Louis et al v. Nature’s Path Foods USA Inc., Case No. 19-cv-2584, E. D. NY.)


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Boxes of Nature’s Path Organic Cereals

May 2018: The case was transferred to another court in California. (White et al v. Nature’s Path Foods USA, Inc. et al, Case No. 18-cv-2710, N. D. CA.) January 2018:…

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June 2015: A federal judge dismissed the “low sodium” claims and stayed the sugar claims pending the outcome in related appeals. February 2013: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Nature’s…


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