June 2020: The same named plaintiffs filed another class-action lawsuit alleging that the marketing for Strange Honey misleadingly represents that it is “100% raw honey from Tennessee” when, according to the complaint, the honey is not from Tennessee, not raw, and not 100% honey. The complaint adds several named plaintiffs, as well as additional retailers and distributors as defendants. (Greer et al v. Strange Honey Farm, LLC et al, Case No. 20-cv-262, E.D. Tenn.)

February 2020: This case was voluntarily dismissed When a complaint is dismissed without prejudice, an amended version of the complaint can be refiled., the reasons for which have not been disclosed.

December 2019: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Strange Honey Farm for allegedly misleadingly marketing that its honey products are 100% raw honey from Tennessee when, according to the complaint, the product is not 100% honey because it also contains syrup, the honey is not raw because it has been heated, and some of the honey used in the product comes from outside of Tennessee. (Greer et al v. Strange Honey Farm, LLC et al, Case No. 19-cv-518, E. D. Tenn.)

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