Class Action

Orijen and Acana Dog Foods

Class Action

Orijen and Acana Dog Foods

August 2019: The Zarinebaf case was stayed pending the resolution of the Reitman case or until March 2020.

March-October 2018: Several class-action lawsuits were filed against Champion Petfoods for allegedly marketing the Orijen and Acana brands of dog foods as being “Biologically Appropriate” and containing fresh, high-quality ingredients that are fit for human consumption when, according the complaint, the dog foods contain excessive quantities of heavy metals – including arsenic, lead, and mercury – that are toxic to dogs. Click on the links below to read some of the complaints.

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Acana and Orijen Pet Foods

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Acana and Orijen Pet Foods

Allegations: Deceptively marketing pet foods as “biologically appropriate” and made using “fresh, natural ingredients” without disclosing that the products contain heavy metals, toxins, unnatural ingredients, and ingredients that are not…


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