GT's Kombucha and Synergy Kombucha Alcohol Content

Food and Beverage Labeling

The Allegations:

The "GT's Kombucha" and "Synergy" brands of kombucha beverages, a fermented tea drink, were advertised and sold as a non-alcoholic beverage. However, the beverages continued to ferment after leaving the factory, so that even when kept refrigerated and consumed by the expiration date, the true alcohol content of the beverages could be as high as 3%.

The Results:

Pursuant to the court-approved settlement agreement, all persons who purchased GT's Kombucha" and "Synergy" brands of kombucha in the United States between September 8, 2006 and September 1, 2010 who submitted a valid proof of purchase were entitled to receive a full cash refund of the purchase price of all beverages purchased. For persons who did not have proof of purchase, they were entitled to receive a $1 coupon for each $1 they paid to purchase the beverages (up to $6).

The deadline to file a claim has passed.

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