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Allegations: Falsely marketing that eggs come from hens raised in humane living conditions with access to the outdoors
Allegations: Misrepresenting the living conditions of hens that supply eggs
In March 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging that Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are falsely advertised as coming from hens that live “better lives” with room to spread out…
Humane Society says pastoral messaging is at odds with actual egg production practices.
July 2014: This case was dismissed When a complaint is dismissed with prejudice, it cannot be refiled. after the settlement terms were satisfied. January 2014: A state court judge reviewed…
Soo Youn (article), Linsey Davis (video), ABC News
In March 2018, two class-action lawsuits were filed against Walmart for allegedly falsely marketing that Nest Fresh Egg Farms “farm fresh” eggs are laid by hens “with outdoor access” when,…
In January 2018, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walmart and Cal-Maine Foods for allegedly falsely advertising that Organic Marketside “farm fresh” eggs are laid by hens with access to…
In March 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Hanesbrands for allegedly deceptively marketing L’eggs® Silken Mist® pantyhose with “innovative run resistant technology.” According to the complaint, the company deceives…
Anna Werner, CBS News
Rahul Kalvapalle, Global News
TINA.org investigated Goop, a New York and California-based “lifestyle” company founded by Gwyneth Paltrow that sells a wide range of products, including supplements, natural “remedies,” oils, crystals, beauty products, clothing,…
My oh mayo. Class action against eggless vegan spread resurfaces allegations of false advertising.
In the end, the company that makes its mayonnaise with eggs was left with the ingredient on its face.
TINA.org probe into Goop’s marketing reveals a plethora of illegal health claims.
When searching for ways to turn back the biological clock, don’t put all your eggs in this basket.
Goop to pay $145,000 in penalties and cease deceptive marketing as a result of California action.
In February 2015, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Hampton Creek, Inc. for allegedly deceptively marketing its Just Mayo sandwich spread products. Specifically, plaintiffs claim that the company misleadingly represents…