Case Name (Date)

Marino et al. v. YummyEarth, Inc.
22-cv-2740, N.D. Cal.
(May 2022)


Product/Service

YumEarth fruit snacks


Allegations

Falsely marketing that products contain the fruits depicted in marketing materials and on the label when they don’t contain real fruit

Misleadingly marketing products as nutritious, healthful and healthier than similar products when they are high in sugar and boosted with a synthetic ingredient (ascorbic acid) that mimics vitamin C


Status

Pending



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