Plum Organics Baby Food Unlawful Labeling
|Food and Beverage Labeling|
Plaintiffs allege that Plum Organics deceives consumers into believing that its baby food products are better than competitors by making nutrition content claims, such as “3g Protein,” or “4g Fiber,” on the front of the product labels. Such claims are unlawful on foods for children less than two.
Our lawsuit seeks refunds for all purchasers of Plum Organics baby food products that make unlawful nutrient content claims. It also seeks an injunction preventing further false advertising.
The case was filed on September 10, 2021. Defendnat moved to dismiss and Plaintiffs opposed. The court has not yet ruled on the motion. Discovery is stayed pending the outcome of the motion to dismiss.
Who is Covered:
All persons in the United States who purchased Plum Organics baby food products that make nutrient content claims on the front of the package between May 27, 2017 and the present.