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August 2015: These actions were transferred to a New York court to be heard with other similar lawsuits. Click here to learn more about the case. (In Re KIND LLC…
In June 2015, the plaintiffs voluntarily dismissed a false advertising class-action lawsuit against KIND, LLC. The complaint, which was originally filed in April 2015 and transferred to federal court in…
August 2015: This action was transferred to a New York court to be heard with other similar lawsuits. Click here to learn more about the case. (In Re KIND LLC…
In May 2015, two more class-action lawsuits were filed against KIND, LLC for allegedly falsely marketing Kind snack bars, including the KIND Fruit & Nut Almond & Apricot and KIND…
FDA says some KIND bars pack too much saturated fat to be advertised as “healthy” snack.
In September 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Kind LLC for allegedly misleadingly marketing Kind fruit bars and snacks – including Mango Apple Chia fruit bars and 5 Cherries…
February 2019: The stay of the “natural” and “non-GMO” claims was lifted. March 2018: Both the “natural” and “non-GMO” claims were stayed until August 15, 2018. The natural claims were…
In February 2016, a false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against KIND, LLC. According to the complaint, the company misleadingly represents that scientific evidence shows that “eating two KIND bars…
In July 2014, a federal judge dismissed a class-action lawsuit against Kind, LLC. The complaint, which was originally filed in 2013, alleged that Kind misleadingly marketed products – including Vanilla…
Allegations: Misrepresenting the amount of protein in products and misbranding some products by failing to include certain information required in the nutrition facts panel
In April 2014, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against Kind, LLC. The complaint, which was originally filed in February 2014, alleged that the company misleadingly advertises Kind® Plus snack…
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